Domestic abuse victim and survivor feedback

Domestic Abuse Local Partnership Board

The Essex Domestic Abuse Local Partnership Board (DALPB) exists to help us meet our duties to provide support under the Domestic Abuse Act.

As a local authority we have a responsibility to make sure all victims of domestic abuse have access to the right support within safe accommodation when they need it.

This means we need to make sure there is enough domestic abuse specialist support for anyone experiencing domestic abuse.

Get involved

It is vital that the views and experiences of victims and survivors of domestic abuse are represented on the Domestic Abuse Local Partnership Board.

If you are interested in learning more about the Board and opportunities to get involved, please register your details. We will update you as new information is released.

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What the Domestic Abuse Local Partnership Board will do

Victims and survivors will work with us in partnership with people representing different groups such as domestic abuse charities or voluntary organisations, health care providers and the police or other criminal justice agencies.   

The aim of the the Board is to identify and fix gaps in support to improve outcomes for victims and survivors of domestic abuse, including children. 

We appreciate everyone’s situation is different and not everyone can commit to attending regular Board meetings. Instead, you might want to:

For others, becoming a member of the Domestic Abuse Local Partnership Board will be a satisfying way to have long term influence over how domestic abuse support in safe accomodation is provided in our communities.

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