Australian Bureau of Statistics
4529.0.00.001 - Defining the data challenge for family, domestic and sexual violence: Summary, 2013
Latest ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 07/02/2013 First Issue
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What is it for?
The document outlines the data collection challenges (including under-reporting, and barriers to disclosure), assisting in uncovering current and potential data sources in relation to family, domestic and sexual violence. It forms the building blocks for a common language to help measure family, domestic and sexual violence in Australia across sectors and jurisdictions.
Bringing all this together in one document creates an agreed starting point to analyse how existing data may be brought together to be more comparable or usable, and to identify and agree key data gaps and potentially how to fill them. Where there are differences between jurisdictions or sectors, it will be possible to come back to this document to help understand the differences and identify what impact they may have.
This document will also help educate others such as researchers and service providers about potential sources or limitations who may be collecting or using data about family, domestic and sexual violence.
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This page last updated 6 February 2013