Nicolle Ndiweni
Safer and Stronger Together
Finding you the right support

Finding you the right support

Derbyshire Victim Services are here to provide both the public and victims of crime with easily accessible information, advice and links to local and national support services. It helps ensure people can self-refer to support services and access information on a wide variety of different crime types. It also offers people the opportunity to report a crime and provides advice on what to do if somebody has been a victim of crime.

Whether you have been affected by crime – or you know someone who has – this website could help. It offers advice for those affected by crime and will provide support, information and advice for the public and victims of crime alike. If you have been the victim of a crime, it is important that you understand the steps that come next and how to receive the support you need.

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To help shape policing across Derby, Derbyshire and your local area, share your views in the Police and Crime Plan consultation. 💬

This is your chance to have your say on the issues that matter to you and to let the PCC know where you want to see positive change. 👇

The consultation will be running until Sunday 1st September.

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PCC Nicolle Ndiweni joined partners from across the High Peak and Derbyshire to mark the official opening of the new hub, as part of the ongoing joint ‘Project Unity’ campaign between police and partners.

As part of this campaign, targeted work is regularly taking place in and around Fairfield, tackling serious organised crime and anti-social behaviour.

The event was an opportunity for Nicolle to discuss with Jon Pearce for High Peak and local Councillors what more can be done to attract funding into towns and villages across the High Peak which will benefit local people.

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Have your say on policing across Derbyshire! 💬

Derbyshire PCC Nicolle Ndiweni was joined by Mayor of the East Midlands Claire Ward to launch her Police and Crime Plan consultation this week.

The consultation gives you a voice to let me know the changes you want to see in policing and to tell me what priorities matter to you.

To help shape policing in your community, share your views here -

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