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Victim Needs Survey 2017

  • Published: 09-10-2017 at 10:10

The Police and Crime Commissioner in Lincolnshire, is responsible for putting in place support services for victims of crime.   Therefore, he is interested in hearing your views to ensure that good quality victim services are delivered across Lincolnshire to provide support services for anyone who may be a victim of crime.

Feedback from the survey will help the PCC understand the kind of services the public most need and want – which will form a crucial part of creating the Victim Strategy.

“I am absolutely committed to ensuring that anyone who is affected by crime in Lincolnshire receives the support they need, regardless of whether they choose to report the crime to the police or not,” said Mr Jones.

“The way our residents live their lives and do business is constantly evolving and so is crime. We must ensure we provide the services that support and help the victims of crime in new, innovative and effective ways. "

“I am determined that we meet these new challenges to support our communities in the best way possible and a new strategy is one positive step in that journey. This survey forms a crucial part of that process.”

The survey is aimed at people who have been the victim of a crime in the last five years and only takes around ten minutes to complete.

All responses are anonymous.

Click here to complete the Victim Needs Survey