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Type: Report
Title: Evaluation of the 2012 family violence amendments : synthesis report
Authors: De Maio, John
Australia. Attorney-General's Department
Australian Institute of Family Studies
Tayton, Sarah
Coulson, Melissa
Moloney, Lawrence
Moore, Sharnee
Kaspiew, Rae
Carson, Rachel
Dunstan, Jessie
Qu, Lixia
Horsfall, Briony
Keywords: Service provision;Parenting;Family violence;Evaluations;Australia;Victims / survivors;Legislation
Year: 2015
Publisher: Australian Institute of Family Studies
Notes:  The Australian Institute of Family Studies has been commissioned to evaluate recent reforms that aimed to improve the family law system's response to disclosures of family violence, child abuse, and safety concerns. This report presents the overall findings of the evaluation, which are described in more detail in 3 additional reports. The evaluation research program consisted of: the Responding to Family Violence survey of professionals on their practices and experiences; the Experiences of Separated Parents Study, which provided pre- and post-reform data on parents' experiences of separation and the family law system; and the Court Outcomes Project, which analysed administrative court file data. Together, these studies examined whether the Family Law Legislation Amendment (Family Violence and Other Measures) Act 2011 has changed patterns of parenting arrangements, disclosure of concerns, service use, and professional practices, or produced any unintended consequences.
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