North Wales Police have launched a #VoiceAgainstViolence survey and are asking women across north Wales to share their views and lived experiences of personal safety. Responses are anonymous and will help to form our approach to improve personal safety. Take part in the survey here: https://nwpcorpcomms.typeform.com/to/s9IFbbQV
The Older People’s Commissioner for Wales has launched a new website to help older people who are being abused, or those at risk, find the information, advice and support they need. Using the new website, older people, as well as their family and friends, can easily search for services and support in their local area that – Read more..
During the past year, we’ve been working with a range of partners as part of the Stopping Abuse Action Group established by the Older People’s Commissioner for Wales. You can find out more about this work here. As part of our work, we have developed a new information leaflet to provide information and support for – Read more..
Welcome to the Older People’s Commissioner for Wales stakeholder newsletter. This is designed to keep you up to date, at a glance, with the work of the Commissioner and her team as well as key developments in policy and practice concerning ageing and older people. If you would like more information about any of the – Read more..
Make sure you can spot the difference between genuine and fake websites, secure and insecure payment pages and authentic and counterfeit goods. You can find more information at www.getsafeonline.org/safechristmas
Congratulations to Amanda Robinson and colleagues at Cardiff University for their recent outstanding paper award for their Journal of Adult Protection: Making connections: a multi-disciplinary analysis of domestic homicide, mental health homicide and adult practice reviews. https://www.emerald.com/insight/content/doi/10.1108/JAP-07-2018-0015/full/html