Case Study 30: Youth detention centres, Victoria was a public hearing of the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse, held in Melbourne in August 2015. It inquired into the experiences of former child residents at Turana Youth Training Centre, Winlaton Youth Training Centre and Baltara Reception Centre between the 1960s and early 1990s. During the hearings evidence was heard from former residents and staff of Turana, Winlaton and Baltara, as well as former staff of the Department, representatives of Victoria Police, and expert witnesses.
In April 2016, the Royal Commission subsequently published its findings in the Report of Case Study No 30: The response of Turana, Winlaton and Baltara, and the Victoria Police and the Department of Health and Human Services Victoria to allegations of child sexual abuse. The webpage for Case Study 30 published on the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse website includes the final report for Case Study 30, transcriptions of each day of the public hearing, exhibits and submissions related to the Case Study, and a list of witnesses who gave evidence during the Case Study.