Steps 2 Safety
Steps 2 Safety is a DVD explaining the Family Violence Intervention Order process in an easy to understand way.
Download a copy of the factsheet / brochure here
Download a copy of the business card here
Download a copy of the poster here
Download a copy of the Intervention Order Support Service Guide here
Move videos can be viewed below.
Family Violence Support Services
Womens Domestic Violence Crisis Service
Phone: 1800 015 188 / (03) 9322 3555
24 hours a day, 7 days a week
Men’s Referral Service
Phone: 1800 065 973/ (03) 9428 2899
Federation of Community Legal Centres
Victoria Legal Aid
Metro: (03) 9269 0120
Country: 1800 677 402
Magistrates Court of Victoria
Phone in an emergency: 000
Victims of Crime
Victims of Crime Helpline
Phone: 1800 819 817
What if the Intervention Order is “contested”?
Introduction to Intervention Order video
The Magistrates’ Court of Victoria has developed this mock hearing to inform those involved in intervention order hearings about the court process. The mock hearing is a “contested hearing”, meaning that the respondent is opposing the intervention order application.
What if the Intervention Order is breached?
Simple and practical advice on collecting evidence
Women’s Health West and Victoria Police collaborated to produce a short film that shows women how to collect evidence if their intervention order has been breached.
This five minute film demonstrates safe ways of gathering evidence.
Steps 2 Safety is a partnership project led by Eastern Community Legal Centre.
Thank you to our project partners:
- Ringwood Magistrates’ Court
- Eastern Domestic Violence Service
- Victoria Legal Aid
- EACH – Eastern Victims Assistance and Counselling Program
- Victoria Police
- Anglicare Lilydale
Filming and Sound:
Suze Houghton & Adis Hondo
Script Writer and Director: