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Consultation on information sharing guidance for family violence sector

August 10, 2018 at 9:04 AM

From the NZFVC

The Ministry of Justice is seeking feedback on draft information sharing guidance for the family violence sector.

Submissions close on 5 September 2018.

The Ministry of Justice has developed the guidance to make it clearer when, how and why information can be shared under the law when the Family and Whānau Violence Legislation Bill passes and comes into force. The Bill proposes to create new rules for family violence agencies (specific government and non-government agencies defined in the Bill) and specific social services practitioners around sharing information.

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Category: Policy and Legislation