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Victims’ Hub proposed

The Police and Crime Commissioner, Donna Jones, is asking the public to have their say on her plans to revamp how victims of crime can access support and information.

The proposal of a Victims’ Hub would mean a central focal point for quicker and tailored access for victims to the appropriate local support services, as well as accessing information about their reported crime.

Donna Jones said: “It is comp- letely devastating and life-changing when a person becomes a victim of crime, and I am committed to helping them get the answers they need, and to access the right level of support to ensure they can move forward with their lives.

“It’s vital that we get your feedback because your ideas and input will help us shape the services.”

The Victims’ Hub Survey covers a range of topics including how safe you feel where you live, trust and confidence in the police, and whether you have been a victim of crime and how you have reported it.

The survey runs until 21st May at

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