New programme underway to listen to victims’ wishes and prevent re-offending

  Cumbria Constabulary and the Police and Crime Commissioner, Peter McCall, have recently launched Pathways, an innovative programme that aims to both listen to the wishes of victims and prevent offenders returning to crime – after they have faced consequences for their actions. The Pathways programme also intends to make communities safer and cut offending… Continue reading New programme underway to listen to victims’ wishes and prevent re-offending


PCC secures critical funding enabling victims to access quicker support

  Cumbria’s Police and Crime Commissioner, Peter McCall successfully bid for £70,000 from the MOJ Critical Support Fund, who awarded £38,414 to Women’s Community Matters and £31,500 to West Cumbria Domestic Violence Support/The Freedom Project, to help victims of domestic abuse receive quicker access to vital support. The MOJ’s Critical Support Fund was made available… Continue reading PCC secures critical funding enabling victims to access quicker support


More than £1 million for local councils to help support victims of domestic abuse in Furness

MORE THEN £1 MILLON FOR LOCAL COUNCILS TO HELP SUPPORT VICTOMS OF DOMESTIC ABUSE IN FURNESS Simon Fell MP has welcomed the announcement that Cumbria County Council will receive £995,779, Barrow Borough Council, £33,047, and South Lakeland District Council £33,072 from the Government to provide additional support for victims of domestic abuse and their children… Continue reading More than £1 million for local councils to help support victims of domestic abuse in Furness


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