Safety planning & tech safety
Resources for professionals providing family violence safety planning.
Practitioners are expected to understand their responsibilities under the Multi-Agency Risk Assessment and Management (MARAM) Framework and attend MARAM Collaborative Practice training as well as the relevant MARAM risk assessment training.
The Introduction to Family Violence Response precorded webinar assists practitioners to identify family violence, develop strategies to respond to disclosures and undertake safety planning.
For information about tech safety visit WESNET.
Safety Planning with an Adult Victim Survivor
MARAM Responsibility 4.6 – 4.6.2 provides information about key elements of safety planning with an adult victim survivor.
Making a Safety Plan
Safety Planning template for adult victim survivors under MARAM Responsibility 4.
Safety Planning for a Child or Young Person
MARAM Responsibility 4.8 provides information about safety planning with a child or young person.
Safety Planning where an Adolescent is using Family Violence
MARAM Responsibility 4.9 provides information about safety planning where an adolescent is using family violence.
My Safety Kit
Resource designed to support the reflections of people who are, or may be, experiencing domestic and family violence. Builds on victim survivors existing safety awareness and safety strategies. (Insight Exchange)
Safety Planning Check List
A 1800RESPECT tool.
Introduction to Safety Planning
A video introducing family violence safety planning. (1800RESPECT)
Safety Planning When Children are Involved
A 1800RESPECT video.
Safety Planning for Women With Disabilities
A 1800RESPECT tool.
Technology Safety Plan: A Guide for Survivors and Front-Line Workers
Tips about safety planning with victims of family and other violence in situations of technology abuse. (WESNET)
Women’s Technological Safety & Privacy
A toolkit for women experiencing tech abuse to learn how they can increase their technology safety and privacy. (National Network to End Domestic Violence)