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PCC calls for feedback on Cleveland's sexual violence services

Two surveys have been launched by the Police and Crime Commissioner for ClevelLAPTOP WITH HANDSand and NHS England to find out how our area’s sexual violence services are helping victims.

People who have accessed specialist services after experiencing sexual violence are invited to take part, as are professionals working within the sexual violence arena.

The questionnaires are part of a joint commissioning process by the PCC and NHS England for the Sexual Assault Referral Centre (SARC) and Independent Sexual Violence Advisor (ISVA) provision for victims of sexual abuse across the Cleveland area.

PCC Barry Coppinger said: “I’d like to hear from people who have first-hand experience of the sexual violence services in Cleveland and those who are somehow involved in this area of work.

“It’s important we listen to victims when making decisions about future provision, to ensure services continue to effectively meet their needs.”

To fill out the surveys, please click HERE.

All survey responses will be treated in the strictest confidence and are completely anonymous.

CLOSING DATE: Friday 4th August 2017


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