Department of Family and Community Services

Blueprint Annual Report Card – Year One released

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28 Sep 2017

In August 2016 the NSW Government launched its Domestic and Family Violence Blueprint for Reform 2016-2021: Safer Lives for Women, Men and Children, a comprehensive strategy to reform the NSW domestic and family violence response to deliver better outcomes.

The Blueprint Annual Report Card - Year One was released on 26 September 2017. The Report Card outlines the significant achievements made in the first year of the implementation of the Blueprint, including:

  • a commitment to funding seven new and innovative projects addressing domestic and family violence through the first round of the NSW Domestic and Family Violence Innovation Fund
  • expanding Tackling Violence to nine new communities
  • expanding Safer Pathway to 21 new sites to provide increased safety supports to victims of domestic and family violence
  • establishing three Police High Risk Offender Teams to target recidivist offenders and investigate domestic and family violence incidents.

For further information on the Blueprint and the Blueprint Annual Report Card please visit