Local domestic abuse support service Pandora Project held a networking event this week to bring together representatives of services coming into contact with victims and survivors.
The PCC’s Domestic Abuse and Sexual Violence Coordinator, Ian Sturgess, was pleased to be invited along by the West Norfolk-based organisation to meet with partners working in the district and share information on how he is working with Stephen Bett to tackle domestic abuse and support victims across the county.
Other attendees included police, family court judges, solicitors, children’s services, victim support agencies and providers of respite care for victims and those who work to support them.
Pandora Project offers advice, support and information to women who have experienced, or are still experiencing, domestic abuse in West Norfolk. They also aim to raise awareness of domestic abuse in the community and help families to live in safety.
Pandora Project was one of the recipients of a grant from the PCC’s Safer Norfolk Fund, and Stephen is delighted to be able to support the organisation in providing vital support services to victims and their families in the King’s Lynn and West Norfolk area.
For more information on Pandora Project, please visit Pandora Project
For more information on the PCC’s Safer Norfolk Fund, please visit the Norfolk Community Foundation website.