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Family violence indicators : can administrative data sets be used to measure trends in family violence in New Zealand? Pauline Gulliver and Janet Fanslow, New Zealand Family Violence Clearinghouse

By: Gulliver, Pauline.
Contributor(s): Fanslow, Janet L | New Zealand. Superu [issuing body].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Wellington, N.Z. : SuPERU, a division of the Families Commission, 2013Description: 96 pages ; 30 cm; electronic document (100 pages); PDF file: 1.25 MB; Smmary report: electronic document (4 p.); PDF file: 236.33 KB.ISBN: 9780478369380 (Print); 9780478369397 (Online).ISSN: 1177-3545 (Print); 1177-1289 (Online).Subject(s): DATA ANALYSIS | FAMILY VIOLENCE | CHILD ABUSE | RECOMMENDED READING | DATA COLLECTION | DOMESTIC VIOLENCE | INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE | STATISTICS | TRENDS | NEW ZEALANDDDC classification: 362.8292 GUL Online resources: Click here to access online | Read media release In: Research report, no. 3/13, December 2013Summary: This report is concerned with assessing the suitability of national administrative data sets to provide outcome indicators to measure trends in the frequency of family violence events in the community. Background: in 2010 the Taskforce for Action on Violence within Families produced a preliminary set of family violence indicators, recognising that more work would be necessary to build on these indicators. The Families Commission agreed to lead the next phase of the development of family violence indicators for the Taskforce. In November 2012, the Commission contracted the New Zealand Family Violence Clearinghouse to lead this work, with a focus on administrative data sources from government agencies. This report describes the project, the findings and the conclusions from this piece of work. (from the Introduction). A 4 page summary report (not currently online) and media release have were published March 2014. Record #4297
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A Social Policy Evaluation and Research Unit (SuPERU) publication.

Research report, no. 3/13, December 2013

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This report is concerned with assessing the suitability of national administrative data sets to provide outcome indicators to measure trends in the frequency of family violence events in the community.

Background: in 2010 the Taskforce for Action on Violence within Families produced a preliminary set of family violence indicators, recognising that more work would be necessary to build on these indicators. The Families Commission agreed to lead the next phase of the development of family violence indicators for the Taskforce. In November 2012, the Commission contracted the New Zealand Family Violence Clearinghouse to lead this work, with a focus on administrative data sources from government agencies. This report describes the project, the findings and the conclusions from this piece of work. (from the Introduction).

A 4 page summary report (not currently online) and media release have were published March 2014. Record #4297