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Sunday, 29 March 2015

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Cumbria crime victims invited to help shape support services

VICTIMS and witnesses of crime in Cumbria have been invited to help shape support services.

Cumbria’s Police and Crime Commissioner, Richard Rhodes has issued the invite to victims and witnesses to come forward to form a consultation group to help influence the future support services to victims of crime and antisocial behaviour in the county.

The consultation group will support the work of the Commissioner’s Office of Victim Services which has been established to ensure that victims and witnesses of crime and antisocial behaviour have a voice.

Mr Rhodes said: “The Office of Victim Services was launched in March 2013 and detailed work has been undertaken and one of the steps forward is to establish a Victim Services Consultation Group.

“We are inviting victims or witnesses of crime and antisocial behaviour to join the group and be part of influencing the future support services in the county.”

To apply, or for more information visit www.cumbria-pcc.gov.uk or phone 01768 217723.


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