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Police and Crime Commissioner wants to hear from you!

Thursday, June 26, 2014

Shaun Wright, Police and Crime Commissioner for South Yorkshire, wants local residents to be the driving force behind his plans for the commissioning of victim’s services, which he will take responsibility of later this year.


He wants the public, and in particular anyone who has been a victim of crime, to take part in the consultation to help him improve the services that are available to those who become victims of crime.


The Commissioner wishes to put the opinions of victim’s at the heart of decisions made about victim’s services. Responses will be taken into consideration to ensure that future funding is directed in the most effective and useful way. 


Shaun said:


"I urge anyone that has been a victim of crime to take part in this consultation.  I want to know about their experiences, so that I can ensure victims receive the best service, tailored to their individual needs, to help them recover and move on with their lives.”


Meg commented:


It is important that victims of crime let the Police and Crime Commissioner know how they felt and tell him just what services would help.”  


This comes following the recently reformed Victims’ Code of Practice which came into effect in December 2013, aimed at simplifying and improving the experience of victims of crime, and ensuring that they have access to appropriate support.  


Two surveys are available here:


http://www.southyorkshire-pcc.gov.uk/Get-Involved/Have-Your-Say.aspx


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