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List of figures

List of figures used in the Family Violence Information Sharing Legislative Scheme Final Report.

Figure 1: Summary of FVISS Review Methodology

Figure 2: Percentage of respondents by workplace (Survey one)*

Figure 3: Percentage of respondents by workplace (Survey two)*

Figure 4: Timetable of relevant milestones in the implementation of the FVISS

Figure 5: Good Practice Example: Case Study of Implementing MARAM and the information sharing schemes

Figure 6: Scheme to Data Agency Comparison of Responses to Information Requests

Figure 7: Number of Information Requests Received

Figure 8: Information Not Shared

Figure 9: Information Voluntarily Shared

Figure 10: The Percentage of Respondents and their Estimated Frequency of Sharing

Figure 11: MCV & CCV Information Sharing Activity 2019

Figure 12: 2019 MCV & CCV Information Sharing Activity by Month

Figure 13: 2019 ISEs that most frequently request information from MCV & CVV

Figure 14: MCV & CCV Information Sharing Activity 2018

Figure 15: 2018 MCV & CCV Information Sharing Activity by Month

Figure 16: 2018 ISEs that most frequently request information from MCV & CVV

Figure 17: Requests for Information Received by DHHS in 2019

Figure 18: Subject of Information Request Received by DHHS

Figure 19: 2019 ISEs that most frequently request information from DHHS

Figure 20: Victim Support Agency Information Sharing Activity, September 2018 - December 2019

Figure 21: Victim Support Agency Information Sharing Activity by Month

Figure 22: Number of Requests Received by Victim Support Agency

Figure 23: Justice Health Information Sharing Activity 2018-2019

Figure 24: Justice Health Information Sharing Activity by Month

Figure 25: ISEs that most frequently request information from Justice Health

Figure 26: Corrections Victoria Information Sharing Activity, September 2018 - December 2019

Figure 27: Corrections Victoria Information Sharing Activity by Month

Figure 28: Victoria Police Information Sharing Activity, October 2018 - January 2020

Figure 29: Victoria Police Information Sharing Activity by Month

Figure 30: ISEs that most frequently request information from Victoria Police

Figure 31: Subject of Information Requests made to Victoria Police

Note on language

The preamble to the Family Violence Protection Act 2008 [Vic] states that ‘while anyone can be a victim or perpetrator of family violence, family violence is predominantly committed by men against women, children and other vulnerable persons’. Consistent with this, the Royal Commission into Family Violence (RCFV) notes that ‘the significant majority of perpetrators are men and the significant majority of victims are women and their children’ (2016 Summary and Recommendations: 7). While recognising that men may also be victim/survivors of family violence, consistent with the gendered nature of family violence, we employ gendered language throughout the Report.

The Review included women who had experienced family violence as participants. Throughout the Report, we refer to those who have experienced family violence as victim/survivors. Our intention is to recognise women’s experiences of family violence and the harms caused and their work to secure their own safety and that of their children.

Reviewed 18 August 2020

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