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 Family and domestic violence

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What is family and domestic violence? 
Family and domestic violence is pattern of behaviours intended to coerce, control and create fear within an intimate or familial relationship.

Help and advice
Support is available if you have concerns about your own or someone else's safety, or you are worried about your own use of violence and abusive behaviour.

Family and Domestic Violence Reduction Strategy
Path to Safety: Western Australia's Strategy to Reduce Family and Domestic Violence 2020-2030 sets out a clear whole-of-government and community plan for reducing and responding to this issue over the next decade.

Operational responses
For family and domestic violence service system responses and tools for workers and professionals, including the Common Risk Assessment and Risk Management Framework (CRARMF) and Family and Domestic Violence Response Team (FDVRT).

Prevention, safety and accountability
For the most recent prevention and early intervention, perpetrator accountability, and victim safety strategies.

Strategic planning
For the latest information about state and national strategic planning, governance, monitoring and evaluation.

For publications, practice tools, useful links and other resources.

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