David Lloyd, Police and Crime Commissioner, is supporting a survey for victims and survivors of domestic abuse across Hertfordshire. He has issued the following message:
In Hertfordshire, we want to make sure all victims and survivors of domestic abuse are able to get the right help for them, at the right time. That is why I am asking those with lived experience of domestic abuse what services should look like, because they are the experts on what it is like to experience abuse and to try and get help.
To make sure we hear all voices, I am supporting a survey running across Hertfordshire until 28 September for anyone who has experienced domestic abuse or knows someone that has. Organised by Hertfordshire County Council it is completely confidential and will be used to inform what is done to help victims and survivors of domestic abuse in the future.
To ensure your voice is being heard we would be grateful if you could take 10-15 minutes to share your experience.
To complete this survey, please visit surveys.hertfordshire.gov.uk/s/YourStoryDA.