Review of systemic responses to domestic, family and sexual violence 3.7
We will seek to ensure that frontline services understand their ability to share information relating to risk and safety under the Information Sharing Guidelines to assist in holistic safety planning and perpetrator accountability.
What have we achieved
These four actions are on track with significant work undertaken over the past year. The Department for Human Services is producing a Child and Family Safety System Trauma Responsive Strategy which includes assessment tools and practice guidance. Information Sharing Guidelines are available online and regularly reminded to agencies. Four multi-agency meetings were undertaken in 2019/20. The implementation of practice standards are focusing on early intervention and community engagement.
What is next
As part of the Statewide Perpetrator Response we will entrench new procedures and policies in relation to perpetrators and improving outcomes for them and their families.The Multi-Agency Responses Group will continue to meet to consider whole of system matters. We have also convened the Key Partner Network to ensure that frontline services have an established communication system with Government and are able to share information more easily.
What difference will we make
Services are able to share the latest information, improve referral pathways for women and children, and better understand the Information Sharing Guidelines. Perpetrators will be held accountable for their behaviour but also have the opportunity to access services prior to becoming involved in the criminal justice system.
- Review of systemic responses to domestic, family and sexual violence 3.6
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- Review of systemic responses to domestic, family and sexual violence 3.9