If you work in a role which responds to cases of family violence, you work with specialists who do, or you’re involved in primary prevention of family violence, then this is your chance to have a say.
The Census of Workforces that Intersect with Family Violence is being conducted on behalf of Family Safety Victoria by ORIMA Research, an independent market and social research company.
The census is an opportunity for you to highlight key issues related to family violence that you face in the course of your work.
The Royal Commission into Family Violence highlighted the lack of detailed knowledge and essential workforce data about family violence in Victoria. The Victorian Government has committed to addressing this gap, which includes undertaking a workforce census every two years.
Why should I participate in the census?
The findings will improve our understanding of the breadth and nature of workforces that come into contact with family violence, identify potential gaps in knowledge, support and capability, as well as build on what we know in order to maintain our commitment to keep improving family violence prevention and response in Victoria.
What else do I need to know?
The census survey can be completed online over one or multiple sessions. It is estimated to take just 15 to 25 minutes for you to complete.
How to participate in the survey:
- Go to the survey website by clicking on the link below, or copying and pasting the text into your browser:
Your survey link is generic and will not be used to identify you. If you wish to send a survey link to another person, please forward them this invitation.
- Read the Participant Information Sheet provided via the survey link.
- Please complete the survey by 5PM AEDT Friday 28 February.
Ethics approval was granted for this project by the ORIMA Research Human Research Ethics Committee on Thursday 31 October 2019 (Approval Number: 0112019).