National survey on coercive control

Monash Gender and Family Violence Prevention Centre has launched a national survey on coercive control.

The researchers are seeking to hear from victim-survivors of coercive control about their experiences of help seeking and their views on criminalisation.

Participation involves completing an anonymous online survey, which will take approximately 15-20 minutes to complete. This is an anonymous survey, and the research team will not have access to any identifiable data.

Questions relate to your own experiences of coercive control, legal and non-legal help seeking processes that you may have engaged in, and your own perspectives on the potential benefits and risks of a stand-alone coercive control offence.

You can access the survey by clicking here or following this link: