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Research & Tools

Goundbreaking research for screening and responding to family violence

Identifying and managing safety risks in separated families: It is everyone’s responsibility

The Family Law ‘Detection Of Overall Risk Screen’ (known as the DOORS ) is a risk screening tool (McIntosh, 2012) that assists separating parents and family law professionals to detect and evaluate wellbeing and safety risks that family members may be experiencing after separation, before risks escalate, get out of control or end tragically. Continue Reading

New Tool Launched

Our Research and Evaluation team has recently developed and started piloting an exciting new tool that allows us to discover vital information about our clients’ health and wellbeing.

The tool, currently known as PACES, follows on from our previous work in risk assessment, which included the development of the Detection of Overall Risk Screen (DOORS). Continue Reading

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