If so, the Police & Crime Commissioner David Keane is urging you to join the conversation as part of Victims Voice 2017.
David said: “It is vital that victims of crime have a strong voice on policing and crime. As Commissioner I am committed to representing victims and I am continuing to invest heavily into services to support victims across the county. However, in doing this I know that it is essential that I listen directly to those residents who have been victims of crime so I can understand what services work, which can be improved and where more support might be needed.”
“Over the course of the next couple of months residents will be able to give their views online, in one to one meetings, focus groups and through partner agencies. So if you get the chance please join the conversation”
The research, which is being completed independently, on behalf of the Commissioner, will help to shape the future of victim’s services in Cheshire. The online survey is open now and can be accessed via https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/victimsvoicesurvey and should take no more than 10 minutes or so to complete.
This is your chance to make your voice heard.