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CEO attends round table at 10 Downing Street

CEO attends round table at 10 Downing Street

Today our CEO, Fay Maxted OBE, attended a roundtable at Downing Street hosted by Home Secretary, the RtHon Priti Patel MP, and the Lord Chancellor, the RT HON Robert Buckland QC MP. They wanted to hear about the consultations on the Victim’s Code and Victim’s Law and victim engagement in the criminal justice system.

There was fantastic input from the Survivors who attended and chance to highlight need for the right support at the right time! 

For more information regarding the Victim’s Code consultations please follow the link below:

Proposals for revising the Code of Practice for Victims of Crime

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