Domestic and family violence resources
Publication and resources
People who work in the domestic and family violence (DFV) sector are critical to delivering quality services to victims (including children) and perpetrators. Supporting workers to develop their skills, knowledge and capabilities is an...
These practice standards formalise practices and procedures that have been developed by service staff and court assistance workers to ensure women affected by domestic and family violence are provided with the best service possible....
This document accompanies, and should be read as a background document to, the Professional Practice Standards - Working with men who perpetrate domestic and family violence. This document is designed to accompany the standards as a...
The purpose of these standards is to ensure safe, respectful and accountable service delivery to those who use abusive behaviour in their relationships, to help provide safety for those adversley affected.
The implementation of the Death Review Panel was an initiative of the Queensland Government’s strategy to reduce domestic and family violence. The panel convened seven times over the course of its appointment to scope and plan its work,...
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