Violence Against Women and Girls Consultation

Closes 13 Sep 2019

Opened 5 Aug 2019

Overview

We are inviting your views to help us develop a new strategy to address violence against women and girls. It will aim to tackle domestic violence and abuse, sexual violence, female genital mutilation, so-called ‘honour-based’ violence, forced marriage and stalking and harassment. Whilst the new strategy will have a broad heading of Violence against Women and Girls, it will also consider how to prevent these crime types against male victims.  

These are serious crimes which have a huge impact on people’s lives, the economy, health services and the criminal justice system.  

The three-year strategy will be developed by the Richmond Community Safety Partnership and will aim to reduce the prevalence of this violence and abuse; build the skills and capability of local organisations to provide effective advice and support services; reduce serious harm resulting from violence and abuse and increase the number of reported offenders brought to justice.  

We want to hear from everyone – survivors of violence and abuse, families and friends, individuals or organisations working with survivors or perpetrators and anyone else who would like to share their views.

Have your say

Please give us your views by completing the online survey below. If you require a paper version of the survey, or wish to request it in another language or format, please contact us at consultation@richmond.gov.uk

Give Us Your Views

Areas

  • All Areas

Audiences

  • Open to all

Interests

  • Richmond Borough