Opinions sought from victims of crime in Avon and Somerset

PUBLISHED: 17:00 18 April 2018

Avon and Somerset police want victims' views.

Avon and Somerset police want victims' views.


Victims of crime and antisocial behaviour in Avon and Somerset are being asked to share their views about support services available to them.

Police and Crime Commissioner Sue Mountstevens is responsible for awarding £1.3million of support contracts for victims of sexual violence, modern slavery and other crimes.

Ms Mountstevens is keen to ensure the services are helping people who need them.

She said: “Effective support services are central to enabling victims to cope and recover.

“It’s important to use this as an opportunity to ensure the services we re-commission continue to meet the needs of victims of crime.”

“I remain committed to improving victim satisfaction and giving a greater voice to victims over the services they receive.”

Victims can share their views through a confidential and anonymous survey at www.smartsurvey.co.uk/s/avon-and-somerset-victim-services

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