VACCA's Submission to The Royal Commission into Family Violence - June, 2015

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In 2015, the Royal Commission into Family Violence was established following a number of family violence related deaths in Victoria. The purpose was to identify ways to prevent family violence, improve support for victim survivors and hold those who use family violence to account.

VACCA’s submission focuses on areas where we believe our expertise and experience enable us to make valuable contribution. Including on issues such as best practice for prevention and early intervention of family violence, support for victims and accountability for those who use violence as well as what systemic responses are needed to reduce reoffending and how government agencies, ACCOs and other community organisations can better coordinate their efforts.

You can read VACCA's submission here.

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