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National Framework for Information Sharing between the Family Law and Family Violence and Child Protection Systems

National Framework for Information Sharing between the Family Law and Family Violence and Child Protection Systems

By Family Violence Working Group

Child Welfare Family Court 

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The LIV has contributed to the LCA’s submission to the Commonwealth Attorney-General’s Department regarding reform aimed at improving information sharing for family safety projects, including identifying gaps in the National Framework.

This was a joint submission from the LIV’s Family Violence Working Group which consists of members from the Family Law Section, Criminal Law Section and Elder Law Section.

The LIV believes it is imperative that a national framework for information sharing is introduced that adequately balances the concerns of anonymity, protects sensitive information and facilitates the sharing of information between jurisdictions in and timely and effective manner.

Read the LIV's feedback to the LCA memorandum.

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Family Law Section
Maurice Stuckey
mstuckey@liv.asn.au
03 9607 9382
 


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