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Victims Charter

If you are a victim of crime or anti-social behaviour, you should contact West Midlands Police. Telephone 999 or call 101 for non-emergencies and enquiries. Please share and distribute this information amongst your friends and family.

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Stand Up Shout Out - Poster

Birmingham Community Safety Partnership has launched a new domestic abuse campaign, following International Women’s Day (8 March 2013) with a key message to domestic abusers that nobody should tolerate excuses for domestic abuse whether they are friends, family, local communities or local services. Victims should not, and will not, have to face this alone and they are calling on everyone to stand up against abuse and find out how to help.

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Stand Up Shout Out - Leaflet

Birmingham Community Safety Partnership has launched a new domestic abuse campaign, following International Women’s Day (8 March 2013) with a key message to domestic abusers that nobody should tolerate excuses for domestic abuse whether they are friends, family, local communities or local services. Victims should not, and will not, have to face this alone and they are calling on everyone to stand up against abuse and find out how to help.

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Birmingham Violence Against Women Strategy 2013-15

Violence against women has far reaching consequences throughout families, schools, workplaces and communities, often devastating the lives of those affected. Violence and abuse against women is highly effective as a strategy for control: women’s routine decision making is organised around personal safety; and women of all ages spend their lives avoiding and minimising the risk of rape and other forms of violence, restricting their ability to fully participate in society. In response, this is Birmingham’s first integrated Violence Against Women Strategy. It sets out the priorities for Birmingham Violence Against Women Board and its signatories in tackling violence against women and children over the next three years.

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Research into hoarding

BCSP commissioned this research to gain a thorough understanding of the problem of hoarding in Birmingham, with the intention of devising a comprehensive strategy to address the problem in an informed and responsive manner.

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Hoarding: Summary of Findings

BCSP have produced a summary of the findings of the report produced by RRR Consultancy Limited

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