My constituency question is to the Minister for Victim Support. Sadly, I refer the minister to the example of the Chilcott family in Wangaratta. Two people died in their house and four children became orphaned in early 2017 while they were trying to help stop a horrific act of neighbourhood family violence. The Chilcotts have been unable to return to their hitherto much-loved home, lost substantial value on their property sale and have only been granted a Victims of Crime Assistance Tribunal award of $3250 each for the trauma they have suffered. They face ongoing trauma as they continue to wait for years for any information from the coronial inquest. I ask: what is the government going to do to improve the poor communication and reduce the lengthy delays that increasing numbers of crime victims in Northern Victoria Region are enduring in waiting to hear about the progress of coronial inquests?