Practice Forum: July

Common Risk and Safety Framework Overview

What to expect:

This practice forum will provide an overview of the Common Risk and Safety Framework and how it can be implemented across agencies and the broader community. We are pleased to announce that the Integration Manager for Ipswich from the Office for Women and Violence Prevention will be presenting at this forum.

The Common Risk and Safety Framework is part of the Queensland Government’s commitment to a Queensland free from domestic and family violence (DFV). It is a whole-of-system framework that guides the delivery of integrated service responses to enhance the safety of victim-survivors and their children, and supports accountability of perpetrators.

The Framework has been developed for use by government and non-government community service agencies, as well as community members, businesses, and others who may come into contact with people experiencing DFV. It articulates a shared understanding, language, and common approach to recognising, assessing, and responding to domestic and family violence, and offers Fact Sheets on best practice approaches. The Framework is evidence-based and has been developed through a co-design process with key stakeholders across Queensland.


Date: Monday 18 July

Time: 8:45am for 9am start – 12:30pm

Venue: Booval, Ipswich  (address to be provided after registration)

Cost: Free

RSVP: RSVP by clicking on this link or using QR Code in the Flyer. RSVP due on Friday 1 July

Please note spots are limited. Please RSVP as soon as possible and let us know if your circumstances change and you cannot attend the forum – this allows those on the waitlist can have the opportunity to attend.

For further information contact 3816 2919 or click here to email.

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