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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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A wide range of statistical information is being collected across jurisdictions and to get the best value from these assets a holistic and coordinated approach to the production of family, domestic and sexual violence is needed. Table 3 outlines the relationship of the three themes to the key issues and highlights the potential benefits from improvement in these areas.

These three themes form the foundations for a flexible family, domestic and sexual violence evidence base. Each theme is designed to contribute to a stronger evidence base and it is expected that enhancements in the themes will work together and promote better practice in all areas of the creation of statistical information. Progressing enhancements in each of the themes will lead to a collaborative community of government agencies and NGOs working together to build a rich statistical picture for a better informed Australia.

There are a number of suggested actions also included, and this list is indicative of some of the possible actions associated with enhancement in the key areas.

Table 3: Summary of priority themes

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