Women and girls in Cheshire aged 16 or above are being invited to take part in an independent survey about personal safety, crime and their experiences with the police.
Police and Crime Commissioner John Dwyer has tasked Victim Focus with gathering the views of women and girls from any and all backgrounds on topics such as personal experiences, trust and confidence in Cheshire police, whether they have ever reported crimes, and whether they would report a crime in the future.
The results of the anonymous survey will inform the police and the Commissioner in their work to tackle violence against women and girls (VAWG) and commission services for victims and survivors. It is particularly important to hear from girls aged 16-17 as they are one of the most likely groups to be victims of crime, but are often missed in other surveys as they are children.
The survey can be taken at www.freeonlinesurveys.com/s/l2mpYbKv