Have your say about domestic and family violence reform
The DFV blueprint has been launched as part of a multi-stage consultation process that includes the public, community groups and government organisations to improve services for people affected by family violence.
Minister for the Prevention of Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Pru Goward said input from the DFV sector and the public is vital for informing the future direction of services and support to help break the cycle of domestic violence.
“We want to start a broad conversation with the public to gain a better understanding of what works in the current service system, what doesn’t work and where there are any gaps,” Ms Goward said.
DFV services play a critical role in delivering support to people escaping violence every day.
The consultation is open for public feedback until 5pm on Friday 5 February 2016.
Visit the Have Your Say website to join the conversation.