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DVRCV is one of thirteen agencies who are signatories on a joint response to the Royal Commission into Family Violence primary prevention recommendations.

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DVRCV will be delivering free Common Risk Assessment Framework (CRAF) training throughout Victoria from July 2016 to June 2017.

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DVRCV is thrilled to be working with the Community Child Care Association to deliver a sell-out conference to support early childhood professionals respond to and prevent family violence.

L-R: The iAward, the SmartSafe+ App, DVRCV CEO Emily Maguire and Communications Coordinator Krista Mogensen

We are thrilled to announce that our SmartSafe+ App just won the Inaugural Premier's iAward for Public Sector Innovation

Barwon RAMP and Minister Mikakos

Minister for Families and Children Jenny Mikakos has officially launched the 18 Risk Assessment and Management Panels (RAMPs) across Victoria

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To prevent violence against women from occurring in the first place, we need to challenge the deeply ingrained attitudes and beliefs that give rise to men’s violence against women.

Photo of Minister Jenny Mikakos MP, Emily Maguire (DVRCV CEO) and Sophie Ismail (ALP Federal Candidate for Melbourne)

Minister Jenny Mikakos today announced a $675,000 funding boost to DVRCV to help meet current and future demand for family violence training across Victoria

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