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By Tarvin Webteam - 26th February 2020 6:00am
Have you been a victim of crime in Cheshire?
If so, Cheshire's Police and Crime Commissioner wants your views on the support you received from Cheshire police and other support services.
It is part of a full victim needs assessment PCC David Keane is carrying out in order to improve victim support services across Cheshire.
The Commissioner is responsible for commissioning local support services for victims of crime and funds a range of services which support victims, including Cheshire CARES.
He wants to know which services helped you to recover from the crime and whether you feel adequate support was provided. He also wants to learn what services you think should be available in the future.
If you've been a victim of crime in Cheshire, you can have your say by visiting: the PCC website linked here
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