Since 2015, Jane Kennedy, Merseyside's Police and Crime Commissioner, has commissioned a variety of services to support people who have been victims of crime. These services and the landscape of support are regularly reviewed and evaluated to ensure they meet the needs of Merseyside’s people, and provide best value with the funding available.

We are presently refreshing our Victim Needs Assessment which forms a review of existing support services available highlights good practice and identifies gaps, and areas where improvements could be made; this will help determine the types of services and shape the detail of what we fund in the future. 

If you have been a victim of crime (or decided to seek support for an historic offence) in Merseyside in the last 3 years, the Commissioner needs your help. We want to listen to your views in order to identify which support services are working well and where you think more support might be needed. 

Your views and feedback are really important in helping to shape the services that are provided for victims in the future, whether or not you reported the crime to the police.

To improve support available, we want to know what support most helped you when you were recovering from a criminal offence.  We want to hear what services helped you to recover and whether you felt adequate support was provided when you needed it most.  Importantly, we want to learn what services you think should be available in the future.

Please complete the survey by ticking the box next to the answer you wish to give or typing in the space provided.

Thank you

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* Have you been a victim of crime (or decided to seek support for an historic offence) in the last 3 years?  (please tick one only)

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