Do You Work With Victims of Crime in South Wales?

Do you work with victims of crime in South Wales? If so, we need your help.

To support the new commissioning process, we are undertaking work to understand levels of ‘demand’ and ‘supply’ in the provision of services to victims of crime in South Wales.

If your group or organisation work with victims of crime in any of these key areas: violence, theft, burglary, robbery, anti-social behaviour, young victims, honour-based violence, forced marriage, female genital mutilation or hate crime in South Wales, then researchers based at Cardiff University’s Police Science Institute (UPSI) would like you to complete a short survey about the services you provide.

Your responses will be used by us to help identify the extent of victim provision in the categories above and by the South Wales Police and Crime Commissioner to inform decision making about how future victim services will be funded.  

Please click the below link to take part in our survey;