Lancashire PCC Launches Survey to Help Improve Services for Victims of Domestic Abuse
The Police and Crime Commissioner for Lancashire has introduced a survey aimed at improving care and support for survivors of domestic abuse and sexual violence across Lancashire, and we need your feedback.
Domestic abuse is one of the main reasons that young people become homeless, and sexual assault can also be a major factor that might cause a young person to leave the family home, or find themselves becoming homeless.
If you’re a survivor of domestic violence or sexual assault, and you live in Lancashire, Blackpool, or Blackburn with Darwen, you can take part in the survey here. Your feedback will help us to provide support to other people experiencing domestic violence across Lancashire. The survey is completely confidential and anonymous, and should take less than 5 minutes. The feedback you give will help local services to offer victims the support which they really need.
Take part in the survey by clicking here, or text “TALK” to 07745 325571 to arrange a phone conversation.