What is the Risk Assessment and Management Framework (RAMF)?

The RAMF comprises evidence based information and resources to support services and workers to identify domestic and family violence (DFV), assess risk and respond to risk.

The purpose of the RAMF is to increase the safety of DFV victim survivors, and increase accountability of people who commit DFV.

The RAMF provides consistency in DFV risk assessment and management across the Northern Territory’s diverse service system.

The RAMF enables all services to share a consistent understanding, language and approach to DFV risk. This will help identify DFV as early as possible, and enable services to work together more effectively so people get the help they need.

Last updated: 07 May 2021

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