4529.0.00.003 - Foundation for a National Data Collection and Reporting Framework for family, domestic and sexual violence, 2014  
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This section identifies and describes the key data items for collection about the transaction information unit; and provides general guidelines for collecting this information. It includes references to data collection standards where these exist.

The collection of ‘transaction’ data can have numerous benefits for organisations by:

enabling assessment of services to determine which of these are best placed to respond to the needs of those who experience family, domestic and sexual violence;
identifying the level of demand for services;
identifying the proximity of the service in relation to the client base to ensure that services are conveniently located and accessible to people in need; and
highlighting where resources are insufficient in responding to client needs/demands.

The data items recommended for the collection about the ‘transaction’ are highlighted in Diagram 6.

Diagram 6: Data Items required for the ‘transaction’ information unit
Diagram 6: Data Items required for the ‘transaction’ information unit

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