The researchers comment: "Further qualitative data is needed to evaluate whether the intervention services provided by Gandhi Nivas and referrals to Sahaayta for culturally specific intervention work are preventing further offending or influencing re-offending from the perspectives of those who experience violence within their families and households." (page 41) Related information on perpetrator programmes The NZFVC recently published a new Issues paper on Responding to perpetrators of family violence, Issues Paper 11, November 2016.
The paper called for responses by Police, Courts, Corrections, child protection and non-government agencies to be based on high quality evidence and a shared conceptual understanding, better integrated and extending beyond simply responding to crises.
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A preliminary evaluation of the first year of the service was conducted by Massey University researchers Mandy Morgan and Leigh Coombes.