Consultation

Can you help to Map the Maze?

Do you provide services for women experiencing multiple disadvantage? AVA and Agenda have been funded to map services across England and Wales that are specifically for women experiencing multiple disadvantage. Multiple disadvantage is defined as being affected by a combination of problematic substance use, mental ill-health, homelessness and/or involvement with the criminal justice system.

Your views sought about safe work with perpetrators

National organisation Respect is reviewing its Standard for services working with perpetrators of domestic abuse. It has held consultation events in Edinburgh, Cardiff, Newcastle and London.  If you weren’t able to attend these consultation meetings, you can complete the online survey and encourage colleagues to do the same. Respect wants to make sure that the next version of the Standard supports safe and effective practice in all work with perpetrators across the UK. 

Are charitable foundations fit for purpose?

Esmee Fairbairn Foundation and Blagrave Trust are holding an anonymous survey of voluntary and community organisations to inform a session that will take place at the Association of Charitable Foundations conference in November. The session is looking at whether foundations are fit for purpose, and the survey is key to getting the views of their key stakeholders. The survey asks questions about Trusts and Foundations – their communication, support and relationships with grantees.

'Your force, your priorities' - consultation dates confirmed

Vera Baird, Police and Crime Commissioner for Northumbria says “In 2012 when I was first elected as PCC for Northumbria I talked to local people to understand what their priorities were around policing and crime.  I used this information to set out the five priorities in my first Police and Crime Plan which are:

•Putting Victims First

•Dealing with Anti-Social Behaviour

•Domestic and Sexual Abuse

•Reducing Crime

•Community Confidence

Your force, your priorities - PCC Vera Baird launches public consultation on policing and crime

Vera Baird, Police and Crime Commissioner for Northumbria says “In 2012 when I was first elected as PCC for Northumbria I talked to local people to understand what their priorities were around policing and crime.  I used this information to set out the five priorities in my first Police and Crime Plan which are:

•Putting Victims First

•Dealing with Anti-Social Behaviour

•Domestic and Sexual Abuse

•Reducing Crime

•Community Confidence

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