The Department of Communities and Justice through Women NSW has engaged KPMG to conduct an evaluation of the Domestic and Family Violence Blueprint for Reform 2016-2021: Safer lives for women, men and children (the Blueprint). As part of this project, KPMG is collecting a range of information to develop an understanding of how the Blueprint has impacted on the domestic and family violence service system.
You have the opportunity to contribute your insights via an online survey: https://surveys.kpmg.com.au/jfe/form/SV_1zWcQ8bRDchUydn
It is important to note:
- You do not need any knowledge of the Blueprint to complete the survey.
- It will take about approximately 15 minutes to complete
- All responses will be confidential and will not be attributed to any particular respondent or organisation
- The survey will be open for two weeks, closing at 5pm (AEDT) Friday 29 November.
The results of this survey, along with several other data and information sources, will inform KPMG’s evaluation of the Blueprint. Survey results will be presented to Women NSW in a de-identified and aggregated form.
The survey is for service managers and frontline workers who work in the domestic and family violence sector or a related area including (but not limited to):
- Domestic and family violence support services
- Homelessness and housing service providers
- Women’s Domestic Violence Court Advocacy Services
- Local Courts
- Men’s behaviour change programs
- NSW Police Local Area Command
- Local Health services (VAN, Child & Family; MH; D&A)
- Community Services, Corrective Services/Community Corrections
- Aboriginal Medical Services and health centres
- Aboriginal legal services
- Women and children’s services
- Counselling services
- Women’s health centres
- Services for male victims
- Community domestic and family violence programs.
Please share widely throughout your organisation and networks and encourage people to complete the survey.