Domestic Violence Safer Pathway Reforms

NSW is rolling out a new approach to preventing domestic violence – Safer Pathway.

Domestic Violence Safer Pathway Reforms

Recording of this workshop: Our subscribers can watch the video recording of our previous webinar on this topic.

Waverley and Orange were the launch sites of an innovative approach to the prevention of domestic and family violence, which is rolling out across NSW over the next few years - now also in Bankstown, Parramatta, Tweed and Broken Hill and being extended to other areas.  Safer Pathway aims to better support domestic violence victims through standardised threat assessment, streamlined referral, case coordination and Safety Action Meetings.

Learn about:

  • Local Coordination Points (LCPs)
  • Safety Action Meetings (SAMs)
  • the role of non-government workers at the SAMs

from two of the frontline workers who are implementing this scheme:

  • Rochelle Zats, Information & Referral Officer Waverley Local Coordination Point
  • Sophie Farrell, Safety Action Meeting Coordinator, Waverley Local Coordination Point.

 

Feedback from previous participants:

  • Presenters were very informative and engaging.
  • I learnt lots of information about the new safer pathways legislation.
  • Informative, relevant.
  • I liked everything!

 

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Enquiries: Nick Manning on (02) 9698 7277 or email education@rlc.org.au.