Australian Bureau of Statistics
4529.0 - Conceptual Framework for Family and Domestic Violence. , 2009
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OVERLAPS, DEFICIENCIES AND GAPS IN THE DATA
Most of these issues are believed to result in significant under-estimation of levels of FDV, but some may contribute to an inflation of counts. This would be particularly the case where multiple counting of incidents across different service providers, using administrative data, could occur. It is difficult to assess the magnitude of these effects.
Potential units for analysis
Risk is primarily concerned with understanding the likelihood of involvement in FDV incidents and is therefore focussed upon analysis of:
Investigations of risk can be focussed on particular sub-populations, such as Indigenous women, who may experience differential rates of risk. Risk can also be measured at different levels, such as population, community or individual levels (as with risk profiling).
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