About Safer Pathway
Safer Pathway is the state-wide program that assists victim-survivors of domestic and family violence access the services and supports they need. Within Safer Pathway, relevant government and non-government agencies work together to identify people experiencing domestic and family violence, and to offer them support to improve their and their children’s safety.
Safer Pathway Evaluation
Women NSW commissioned an independent evaluation of Safer Pathway in 2017. The ARTD Safer Pathway Evaluation Report contains findings on Safer Pathway’s overall implementation, as well as findings and recommendations on key components of Safer Pathway, which include identification, threat assessment, referral and case coordination of victims of domestic and family violence. Also included is the response to the evaluation report.