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Evaluation of the Family Violence Interagency Response System (FVIARS): summary of findings Report prepared by: Sue Carswell, Susan Atkin, (Allen & Clarke), Vicki Wilde, Michele Lennan and Lesa Kalapu

By: Carswell, Sue.
Contributor(s): Atkin, Susan | Wilde, Vicki | Lennan, Michele | Kalapu, Lesa.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Wellington, N.Z.: Centre for Social Research and Evaluation, Ministry of Social Development, 2010Description: electronic document (21 p.); PDF file: 163.5 KB; Word file: 358 KB.Subject(s): DOMESTIC VIOLENCE | FVIARS | INTERAGENCY COLLABORATION | INTERVENTION | INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE | POLICE PROCEDURES | EVALUATION | NEW ZEALANDOnline resources: Click here to access online | Access Word file Summary: The Family Violence Interagency Response System (FVIARS) is an interagency initiative designed to more effectively manage cases of family violence reported to the Police. A key objective of FVIARS is to enable collaborative, coordinated interagency responses to family violence. Key elements of the model are regular interagency meetings to assess risk of reported cases of family violence, plan responses and monitor cases. This report summarises the evaluation of the Family Violence Interagency Response System (FVIARS). The evaluation of FVIARS examined the development, implementation and progress towards outcomes of FVIARS in four FVIARS sites: Kaikohe, Takapuna, Manurewa and Dunedin. The evaluation period was from the inception of FVIARS at the sites to June 2009. The main evaluation objectives were to understand the short-term and long-term impact of FVIARS, identify site-specific variations and report on issues of practical value to its implementation. (from the webpage) --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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The Family Violence Interagency Response System (FVIARS) is an interagency initiative designed to more effectively manage cases of family violence reported to the Police. A key objective of FVIARS is to enable collaborative, coordinated interagency responses to family violence. Key elements of the model are regular interagency meetings to assess risk of reported cases of family violence, plan responses and monitor cases.

This report summarises the evaluation of the Family Violence Interagency Response System (FVIARS). The evaluation of FVIARS examined the development, implementation and progress towards outcomes of FVIARS in four FVIARS sites: Kaikohe, Takapuna, Manurewa and Dunedin. The evaluation period was from the inception of FVIARS at the sites to June 2009.

The main evaluation objectives were to understand the short-term and long-term impact of FVIARS, identify site-specific variations and report on issues of practical value to its implementation. (from the webpage)


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