Police and Crime Commissioner for Thames Valley, Matthew Barber has launched a survey inviting views on the support needs of victims to help inform possible options for the future commissioning of services.
The survey is anonymous and is seeking views of victims of crime and of professionals who work directly with victims or refer people into victims services. It will cover areas such as feedback on current provision including the PCC’s Victims First service, access and potential barriers to support, and gaps in services.
The survey is launching on 2 March and closing at 12pm on 6 April.
If you work directly with victims or refer people into victims services, please could you complete the survey as a professional and share the link amongst your colleagues.
To help us in achieving a breadth of responses from the members of the public we would also appreciate your support in sharing the link to the survey on your social media and other communications channels (websites, newsletters etc.) The link to the survey is www.thamesvalley-pcc.gov.uk/victims-survey
Further information can be found in our press release at Police and Crime Commissioner seeking views to improve support for victims of crime · Thames Valley Police & Crime Commissioner (thamesvalley-pcc.gov.uk)