Chapter 19 provides an overview of integrated responses and some best practice models in relation to family violence in Australia. ‘Integrated responses’ to family violence have flourished since a pioneering model, the Domestic Abuse Intervention Project, was established in Duluth, Minnesota in 1981 (the Duluth Model). This model is based on four key principles: the need for coordination and co-operation between agencies; the need for collaboration between partners; a focus on victim safety; and the need for offenders to be held accountable for their actions. The Duluth model features offender programs, community awareness-raising and training, and case management. It works in tandem with, and monitors, criminal justice services.