Public Engagement Survey

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We are seeking the thoughts, opinions and ideas on serious violence and exploitation and how key partners in Tower Hamlets should tackle this issue from people who live in, work in and visit the borough.

Professionals have developed a draft plan on a page, which outlines what they think should be done to tackle serious violence and exploitation. We want to know your thoughts on their proposed approach.

Whether you take part in our consultation by telling us how you feel about serious violence and exploitation locally; complete our short survey, provide feedback on how professionals think violence and exploitation should be addressed or tell us about a personal experience within this context, we want to hear from you.

Be a part of the Tower Hamlets Serious Violence Consultation by:

  • Completing a short survey here
  • Sharing your stories/experiences/knowledge about incidents of serious violence and exploitation here
  • Sharing you thoughts on our ideas board on what you think police, council, probation, education, health and wider partners should do about violence, exploitation and those at risk of being victims or becoming involved with violent offending here
  • Telling us your thoughts about what professionals think we should do to address violence and exploitation (depicted through the plan on a page), here

We are seeking the thoughts, opinions and ideas on serious violence and exploitation and how key partners in Tower Hamlets should tackle this issue from people who live in, work in and visit the borough.

Professionals have developed a draft plan on a page, which outlines what they think should be done to tackle serious violence and exploitation. We want to know your thoughts on their proposed approach.

Whether you take part in our consultation by telling us how you feel about serious violence and exploitation locally; complete our short survey, provide feedback on how professionals think violence and exploitation should be addressed or tell us about a personal experience within this context, we want to hear from you.

Be a part of the Tower Hamlets Serious Violence Consultation by:

  • Completing a short survey here
  • Sharing your stories/experiences/knowledge about incidents of serious violence and exploitation here
  • Sharing you thoughts on our ideas board on what you think police, council, probation, education, health and wider partners should do about violence, exploitation and those at risk of being victims or becoming involved with violent offending here
  • Telling us your thoughts about what professionals think we should do to address violence and exploitation (depicted through the plan on a page), here

Personal stories or experiences with violence and exploitation

We want to hear about your experiences (or knowledge of an experience of someone you know) with serious violence and exploitation. By exploitation, we mean the act of being treated in a way that is unfair or manipulative so that individual could benefit. This could look like being groomed by a gang/individuals to sell drugs, steal, commit violent offences, store money, drugs or weapons or allow a person to use your home for illegal activity through threat of violence or offering something you desperately need. 

Thank you for sharing your story with us. We may share aspects of this story in our strategy but all information is anonymised  

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