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4529.0.00.002 - Bridging the data gaps for family, domestic and sexual violence, 2013  
Latest ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 25/11/2013  First Issue
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APPENDIX 4 – INTEGRATED APPROACHES

There are a number of states that have introduced measures or initiatives that attempt to address the complexity of multiple agencies responding to those that have experienced family, domestic and sexual violence. There are variations between jurisdictions with Tasmania, Western Australia and Australian Capital Territory at relatively advanced stages of coordinating cross agency responses. Others, like New South Wales and Queensland 14 are developing their strategies and have strong examples of localised integrated approaches. 15

Victorian Family Violence Database (VFVD)

Safe at Home – Tasmania

Family Violence Intervention Program - Australian Capital Territory

Family and Domestic Violence Senior Officers' Group (SOG) – Western Australia

14 For more information about Queensland's strategy and local examples refer to http://www.communities.qld.gov.au/resources/communityservices/violenceprevention/strategy-to-reduce-violence.pdf
15 For more information about integrated approaches refer to http://www.alrc.gov.au/publications/29.%20Integrated%20Responses/integrated-responses-context-family-violence#_ftn22

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