Crown Prosecutors


Crown Prosecutors are appointed by the Governor-in-Council to prosecute offenders on behalf of the Crown. All Crown Prosecutors are members of the Victorian Bar with extensive criminal law experience.

Senior Crown Prosecutors are appointed on the same terms and conditions as County Court judges.  Other Crown Prosecutors are appointed for fixed terms. 

Crown Prosecutors neither conduct private practices nor accept private briefs. 

Current Crown Prosecutors are listed below.

Crown Prosecutors

Committee: Crown Prosecutors
Position: Director of Public Prosecutions
Committee: Crown Prosecutors
Position: Chief Crown Prosecutor
Committee: Crown Prosecutors
Position: Senior Crown Prosecutor
Committee: Crown Prosecutors
Position: Senior Crown Prosecutor
Committee: Crown Prosecutors
Position: Senior Crown Prosecutor
Committee: Crown Prosecutors
Position: Senior Crown Prosecutor
Committee: Crown Prosecutors
Position: Senior Crown Prosecutor
Committee: Crown Prosecutors
Position: Senior Crown Prosecutor
Committee: Crown Prosecutors
Position: Crown Prosecutor
Committee: Crown Prosecutors
Position: Crown Prosecutor
Committee: Crown Prosecutors
Position: Crown Prosecutor
Committee: Crown Prosecutors
Position: Crown Prosecutor
Committee: Crown Prosecutors
Position: Crown Prosecutor
Committee: Crown Prosecutors
Position: Crown Prosecutor
Committee: Crown Prosecutors
Position: Crown Prosecutor
Committee: Crown Prosecutors
Position: Crown Prosecutor
Committee: Crown Prosecutors
Position: Crown Prosecutor
Committee: Crown Prosecutors
Position: Crown Prosecutor
Committee: Crown Prosecutors
Position: Crown Prosecutor