A research team completed an exercise to estimate relative rates of Indigenous Family Violence (IFV) which was conducted over a seven-week period at the end of 2004, undertaken for the Commonwealth Attorney General's Department on a national scale and utilised only quantitative information along with the triangulation methodology. The findings of this process supported the uneven distribution of Family Violence Prevention Legal Service units across States/Territories, and also identified a number of priority areas within each State/Territory, which would benefit from additional legal resources.
|Journal||Current Issues in Criminal Justice|
|Publication status||Published - 2006|
Clare, J., Morgan, F., Ferrante, A., & Blagg, H. (2006). Assessing Relative Rates of Indigenous Family Violence : Using Existing Quantitative Data and a Triangulation Methodology to Indentify Rural Areas in Greatest Need of Additional Legal Services. Current Issues in Criminal Justice, 18(1), 170-178.