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The Victorian government has appointed a former top cop to ensure it implements all 227 recommendations from its Family Violence Royal Commmission. The former acting commissioner of the state's police force, Tim Cartwright, says his role will be totally independent, but that he will be...
The purpose of this issues paper is to provide general guidance to individuals and organisations in making written submissions to the Royal Commission into Family Violence.
On Monday, the public hearings for Victoria’s Royal Commission into Family Violence began.
The public hearings follow the completion of community consultations and the close of written submissions in late May. Nearly 1000 Victorians – advocates, experts and policy stakeholders – provided submissions to...
The Family Violence Risk Assessment and Risk Management Framework (often referred to as the common risk assessment framework, or the CRAF) has been in use in Victoria since 2007. The CRAF is used by many different professional groups who come into contact with family violence...
Victoria continues to lead the nation in the area of family violence prevention. It is also arguably emerging as a world leader.
Victoria’s first family violence workforce census gives workers the opportunity to have a voice on the key issues affecting them and to shape the 10-year Family Violence Industry Plan (10) .
Questions relate to demographics and occupational data, qualifications, access to professional development, workload,...
This report highlights the progress of the family violence reforms since the Royal Commission into Family Violence handed down its report in 2016.
Over the past twelve months, work has been underway across government and key sector representatives to progress the ambitious reforms recommended by the Royal Commission into Family Violence. The information in this document sets out some of the key achievements over the past year.
The former Australian of the year, Rosie Batty, has raised concerns that internal divisions within the Victorian Government are hampering its response to the Royal Commission into Family Violence. The minister handpicked to respond to the most urgent recommendations from the commission has stood aside...
Registered housing associations and housing providers can now apply for grants to help buy and lease housing for women and children escaping family violence
The grants are part of a ‘housing blitz’ in response to priority recommendations made by the Royal Commission into Family...