(The Daily Mail, 19 March 2015)
Judges should be able to impose "flash incarceration" that sends a family violence perpetrator straight to jail if they don't comply with court orders.
Known perpetrators should also always be brought before the same judge, and not which ever judge was in court that day, to improve monitoring of their behaviour.
States should also roll out positive behaviour change programs and the courts be given more resources to ensure troubled men can be connected to these programs.
These are key recommendations of a report to be released by Australian of the Year and anti-domestic violence campaigner Rosie Batty, on Thursday.
"These recommendations are about removing the burden from victims of family violence and placing it squarely on the system," Ms Batty said in a statement.