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Evaluation of the family violence Integrated Safety Response pilot : final report Elaine Mossman, Judy Paulin and Nan Wehipeihana

By: Mossman, Elaine.
Contributor(s): Paulin, Judy | Wehipeihana, Nan.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Wellington, New Zealand : Superu, 2017Description: electronic document (165 pages) ; PDF file: 3.43 MB.Subject(s): FAMILY VIOLENCE | TŪKINOTANGA Ā-WHĀNAU | DOMESTIC VIOLENCE | EVALUATION | FVIARS | Integrated Safety Response | INTERAGENCY COLLABORATION | INTERVENTION | INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE | MĀORI | PERPETRATORS | SOCIAL SERVICES | SUPPORT SERVICES | VICTIMS OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE | TOKO I TE ORA | WHĀNAU | NEW ZEALAND | CHRISTCHURCH | WAIKATOOnline resources: Click here to access online | Access The Hub | Media release | NZFVC news item | Archived copy Summary: The family violence Integrated Safety Response (ISR) pilot was officially launched in Christchurch on 4 July 2016. A second pilot site (Waikato) came into operation on 25 October 2016. The ISR pilot is one element of a larger cross-agency work programme overseen by the Ministerial Group on Family Violence and Sexual Violence. Government Ministers asked Superu to commission a supplier to carry out an evaluation of the ISR pilot. Superu selected a consortium of three independent evaluators Dr Elaine Mossman (sole trader), Judy Paulin (Artemis Research NZ Ltd), and Nan Wehipeihana (Research Evaluation Consultancy Ltd). This final report follows an interim report completed in November 2016 that focused on the early implementation of the ISR model in the first pilot site (Christchurch). This final report reviews emerging evidence of the effectiveness of the ISR model together with any changes in practice. It also considers the extent to which the implementation of the model has taken account of early findings from the evaluation (i.e., evidence of continuous improvement). The Christchurch pilot remains the focus of the report, but data from Waikato is included (where applicable) especially to assess the ability of the ISR model to generalise to other sites, and to consider impacts of local variations to the model. (From the executive summary). This report has also been archived by the National Library of New Zealand. Record #5536
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The family violence Integrated Safety Response (ISR) pilot was officially launched in Christchurch on 4 July 2016. A second pilot site (Waikato) came into operation on 25 October 2016. The ISR pilot is one element of a larger cross-agency work programme overseen by the Ministerial Group on Family Violence and Sexual Violence.

Government Ministers asked Superu to commission a supplier to carry out an evaluation of the ISR pilot. Superu selected a consortium of three independent evaluators Dr Elaine Mossman (sole trader), Judy Paulin (Artemis Research NZ Ltd), and Nan Wehipeihana (Research Evaluation Consultancy Ltd).

This final report follows an interim report completed in November 2016 that focused on the early implementation of the ISR model in the first pilot site (Christchurch). This final report reviews emerging evidence of the effectiveness of the ISR model together with any changes in practice. It also considers the extent to which the implementation of the model has taken account of early findings from the evaluation (i.e., evidence of continuous improvement). The Christchurch pilot remains the focus of the report, but data from Waikato is included (where applicable) especially to assess the ability of the ISR model to generalise to other sites, and to consider impacts of local variations to the model. (From the executive summary).

This report has also been archived by the National Library of New Zealand. Record #5536

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