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MARAC (Multi-Agency Risk Assessment Conference)

MARAC is a way for agencies to work together to help and support those at highest risk of domestic abuse. It does this by:

  • Sharing information across agencies
  • Taking action to increase safety and reduce repeat victimisation
  • Putting in place multi-agency safety plans to reduce the risk

MARAC meetings are attended by representatives from statutory and third sector organisations. MARAC members include:

  • Police Scotland (Fife Division)
  • Social Work (Children & Families, Criminal Justice and Adult Services)
  • Education Services
  • Housing Services
  • NHS Fife (including Addiction Services)
  • Fife Women's Aid
  • Kingdom Abuse Survivors Project
  • Third Sector Drug and Alcohol Services

You can contact the MARAC Coordinator on

You can find out more about MARAC by visiting the Safelives website HERE

If you think you or your child(ren) are in immediate danger of being hurt, phone the police on 999.

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To report any concerns to the police, call the non-emergency number 101. In an emergency, always dial 999.