Students across Norfolk have been learning how best to tackle attitudes, behaviours, and misconceptions around misogyny and sexual violence thanks to funding by the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Norfolk.
Foundations have been put in place to provide a Norfolk-wide approach to helping victims of human trafficking and modern-day slavery thanks to a scheme funded by the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Norfolk.
King’s Lynn-based charity, the One to One Project, welcomed Norfolk’s Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC), Giles Orpen-Smellie, and Norfolk Constabulary’s District Commander, Wesley Hornigold, on a tour of its newly refurbished counselling rooms.
Norfolk’s Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC), Giles Orpen-Smellie, is inviting applications for funding from non-statutory organisations that can support hidden victims of modern slavery and human trafficking.
Tens of thousands of employees who may be affected by domestic abuse are getting access to vital help and support thanks to the HEAR (Help Educate Awareness Respond) pledge signed by workplaces across Norfolk.