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Our mission is to empower your organisation to take informed action against domestic and family violence.


Domestic and family violence (DFV) is a complex, whole of society issue that requires a whole of society response. There has never been a more important time to ensure all systems within our society are equipped to deal with the challenges associated with domestic and family violence.

What we do

Our team specialises in individual domestic and family violence case consultations and the implementation of domestic and family violence strategies in the workplace, club or organisation. We offer tailored DFV policies and procedures, Management DFV education, DFV awareness sessions, workplace safety plans, online learning modules as well as linkages to local DV support services and private support options.

Our experienced Domestic Violence Consultants are committed to providing specialist advice to increase the safety and well-being of people in our community experiencing domestic violence.  We also offer private support options for women, men and young people.


We acknowledge and honour all those who have tragically lost their lives because of domestic and family violence.  The number of lives cut short is far too high and we are committed to doing our part to reduce this number.

DV Alliance acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of country throughout Australia and their connections to land, sea and community. We pay our respect to their elders past and present and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples today. We acknowledge the deep and lasting effects of colonisation on Indigenous people and the ongoing contribution it has to the disproportionately high rates of domestic and family violence experienced within indigenous communities.

What we do

Our Services

Individual Domestic Violence Case Consultation

Our team specialises in individual domestic violence case consultations.

Consultations provide expert advice and include:

  • Risk-assessment 

  • Step-by-step best practice guide 

  • Workplace DV safety planning

  • Suitable referral options for immediate support

Contact DV Alliance for further information on how our consultants can assist.

Phone 0466 937 051 or email

Workplace Domestic Violence Strategies

There are steps a workplace can take to ensure that they provide a safe environment and adequately support employees experiencing domestic and family violence.

Workplace DV strategies include:

  • Tailored workplace DV policies and procedures

  • Management DV education

  • Staff DV awareness sessions

  • Tailored online learning modules for compliance and onboarding

  • Development of workplace safety plan

  • DV specialist support options

Sexual Harassment in the Workplace Education Sessions

Respect@Work recommends workplaces provide education on prevention and response to sexual harassment.


Our consultants deliver sessions in-person or on-line and cover:

  • What sexual harassment looks like in the workplace

  • What causes sexual harassment

  • How to be an active bystander

  • Response tips

  • Tailored scenarios

  • Reporting options

  • Specialist support options

Our Team

Meet our Team

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Tracey Leigh-Allen

Director & Domestic  & Family Violence Consultant

Tracey has over 8 years of experience working in the domestic and family violence (DFV) and sexual violence sector in both government and non-government agencies. 


A strong focus on the prevention of sexual violence was at the core of Tracey's most recent role as the Sexual Misconduct Prevention and Response Coordinator at the University of Queensland.


In her previous role with the Qld Police Service, Tracey was the Senior Project Officer for the Brisbane Domestic and Family Violence High Risk Team. 

Prior to this Tracey was a DFV Interagency Liaison with the Brisbane Domestic Violence Service.  This role involved setting up and managing the Women’s DV Court Support Program at two Brisbane Magistrates Courts.  During this time she was also the first embedded DFV Specialist with the QPS South Brisbane Domestic and Family Violence and Vulnerable Persons Unit.


Tracey has also been an advocate on the Domestic Violence Court Assistance Network as well as the Domestic and Family Violence Subcommittee – Legal Working Party Group.

Tracey is committed to reducing gender-based violence in our community via innovative and inclusive ways to create change agents for the better.




Speak to us regarding private DV support options for:

  • Women

  • Men

  • Young people

  • Security assessments

  • Tech/bug sweeps


"The specialist response by the team at DV Alliance has allowed our organisation to provide immediate support to our employees experiencing domestic violence.  Tracey’s advice helped us to identify risk and implement robust safety strategies in the workplace.  In addition, private social workers were available to provide employees with much needed support.  Tracey’s communication is professional and informative, providing practical solutions."


Jannah Dowe

Occupational Health & Rehabilitation Specialist

Anglo American

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