One year on from the Royal Commission
Work we started in the 1st year:
- $572 million funding boost for most urgent recommendations.
- Constructing and redeveloping family violence refuges, crisis accommodation, social housing and housing support services to prevent victims becoming homeless as a result of fleeing violence in the family home ($152.5 million).
- Expanding support programs for children and pursuing reform of the child protection system ($122 million).
- Greater crisis support and counselling to meet demand for specialist family violence services ($103.9 million).
- Released Ending Family Violence: Victoria's Plan for Change.
- Implemented prevention programs to ensure family violence and gender inequality are not tolerated.
- Developed the framework for prevention activities and initiatives.
- Strengthened prevention and responses for Aboriginal and diverse communities.
- Established Support and Safety Hubs (now ).
- Strengthened responses to keep families and children safe, including police responses to improve perpetrator accountability.
- Provided safe and stable housing to support recovery from the experience of family violence.
- Ensured victim-centred justice.
- Enhanced the response of courts to family violence.
- Strengthened the Family Violence Risk Assessment and Risk Management Framework (now the ).
- Worked in partnership across all levels of government to deliver family violence reforms.
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Two years on from the Royal Commission
Work we started in the 2nd year:
- Invested in social housing and crisis accommodation.
- Funded 5 Specialist Family Violence Courts across Victoria.
- Expanded for victim survivors.
- Development and delivery of family violence training for support workers.
- Launched family violence behaviour change campaigns.
- Delivered programs to support Aboriginal and multicultural communities.
- program started in primary schools.
- (formerly known as the Support and Safety Hubs).
- Improved programs for .
- Improved police responses to family violence.
- Implemented for service providers, based on changes to information sharing legislation.
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Three years on from the Royal Commission
Work we started in the 3rd year:
- was established as an independent Statutory Authority to lead prevention efforts in changing the cultural attitudes and social norms that result in family violence and violence against women.
- A community-led Aboriginal agreement to ensure that Aboriginal people, families and communities are stronger, safer and living free from family violence
- (formerly the Support and Safety Hubs) opened across 5 initial areas to provide victim survivors and people who use violence with an integrated suite of specialist family violence services.
- The was established for The Orange Door workers to access timely, consolidated and up-to-date information to assess family violence risk and safety needs
- Started testing police body-worn cameras
- Began implementing .
- Began implemented including the:
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Reviewed 09 October 2019