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Current and future work

What are we working on?

·       Funding for services and sustainable commissioning

·       Supporting survivor voice and survivor-centred services

·       Ensuring victims’ rights are met

·       Facilitating positive change to safeguard and support victims, working to protect those most vulnerable

·       Encouraging trust and confidence

·       Tackling perpetration and exploring opportunities to change behaviour through a range of inclusive and tailored interventions

Influencing Policy

·       Deputy Police and Crime Commissioner Emma Wools nominated lead for VAWG representing four Welsh PCCs and leading on VAWG strategy and shared commitments

·       Coordination of Policing in Wales Taskforce, oversight of activities and responses to enhancing Public Trust and Confidence, Abuse of Power and Integrity

·       Highlighting and advising local and national government on impact of UK legislation within Welsh policy and legislative context.

·       Influencing and informing the Welsh Government Strategy and Blueprint framework for delivery

·       Interface with APCC/NPCC supporting the alignment of Policing priorities within Welsh and UK context

 

Future work/priorities

·       Addressing harmful beliefs and attitudes via community-based prevention.

·       Online misogyny including manosphere.

·       Recommissioning sexual violence provision in line with national research and development work.

·       Building on knowledge gained through victims needs assessment to ensure a expansive service map for victims that meets the needs of our population

·       Cultural Competency development work for inclusive accessible and diversity competent support

·       Continue to support and develop a suite of interventions to respond to perpetrators across the continuum of need and risk



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