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Derbyshire Voice app

The new Derbyshire Voice app is part of a wider project funded by Angelique Foster, Derbyshire’s Police & Crime Commissioner.

Introducing Derbyshire Voice

Derbyshire Voice is a mobile phone app where victims of crime and traumatic events, who live in Derbyshire, can share their experience, views, ideas and opinions about the impact of crime, support services and what needs to change.

Why should I take part?

Derbyshire Voice enables you to have a voice and directly contribute to improving our work helping victims of crime. Participation will be mainly via short surveys done in a few minutes on your phone. Participants will be rewarded financially for taking the time to fill in surveys.

Can I receive support via the Derbyshire Voice app?

No support will be provided by the app. Should you need any support please get in touch with Derbyshire Victim Services (call 0800 612 6505 or Text ‚ÄėDVS‚Äô to 82228), or visit www.derbyshirevictimservices.co.uk.

Derbyshire Voice will give us more information to help keep improving all of these support services and meet the needs of victims of crime in Derbyshire.

How to get the Derbyshire Voice app?

 

 

 

 

1. Scan the QR code, above, to download the app for Apple or Android
2. Enter this passcode to register: WTHAUR3D
3. Enter the verification password sent to your email
4. Get involved

Who to contact for more information or to resolve technical issues?

For any questions, further information, or if you encounter any challenges with the app, please send an email to: keith.chappell@victimsupport.org.uk.

Please note that this app is purely for those who have been a victim of crime in Derbyshire.

Categorized: Crime

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