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Multi-Agency Risk Assessment and Management Framework (MARAM)


Royal Commission into Family Violence

The Royal Commission was established in 2015 after a number of family violence-related deaths in Victoria - most notably the death of Luke Batty.

The role of the Commission was to find ways to:

  • prevent family violence
  • improve support for victim survivors
  • hold perpetrators to account

The Commission included 25 days of public hearings. Community conversations were held with over 800 Victorians and nearly 1,000 written submissions were received.

Areas investigated:

  • criminal law, corrections and courts
  • role of support services
  • health system and alcohol and drug treatment services, as well as those of refuges, housing and education
  • tools available to police
Full Report
The 227 Recommendations 
# 103


Sharing information to support patients’ health and wellbeing

New information sharing schemes add to ways that GPs can share information to support patients who are experiencing family violence, wellbeing issues or other safety risks.
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Frequently asked questions for General Practitioners (GPs)

Information Sharing Schemes
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MARAM practice guides foundation knowledge guide

Guidance for professionals working with child or adult victim survivors, and adults using family violence.
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MARAM Explained
 

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