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The Family Violence Act 2016 (ACT) represents the Australian Capital Territory government's legislative response to issues of family violence ('FV'). While the Act aimed to better safeguard those experiencing FV, it is yet to be seen whether those amendments are effective and/or operating as intended. Through interviews with a range of professional stakeholders working at the coalface of FV issues, this paper shows that, while some improvements have been made, there remain issues with thedoi:10.26180/21541404.v1 fatcat:qbovbtqgsfeq5m4mbv65qtbckm