Cheshire Collective aims
- To stand united against sexual violence.
- To support survivors across Cheshire so they get the very best help and advice.
- To expose and challenge myths.
- Educate society about consent and why it is so important.
- Empower survivors or rape and sexual violence to speak out.
- Raise awareness of the pathways of support available to survivors whether or not they decide to report to the police.
- To promote and educate residents on healthy and equal relationships.
- To challenge negative and inappropriate behaviour such as Lad Culture
Plan of action
To host a dedicated day on Friday 12 November in Cheshire to raise awareness of the issue of sexual violence and the support available to survivors.
- 10am – 12pm = A live Q&A hosted on Cheshire Police’s Facebook page with professionals from across the region answering people’s questions anonymously
- 12pm – 6pm = A stalled event (location to be confirmed)
- 8pm = Chester City Centre vigil as a moment of reflection and remembrance
Who is involved?
Cheshire West and Chester Council
Cheshire West and Chester Council is the local authority of Cheshire West and Chester. It is a unitary authority, having the powers of a non-metropolitan county and district council combined.
Cheshire Constabulary is responsible for public protection across Cheshire.
Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) – Mersey-Cheshire
CPS Mersey-Cheshire covers the counties of Merseyside and Cheshire.
Rape and Sexual Abuse Support Centre (Cheshire and Merseyside
RASASC (Cheshire and Merseyside) is a registered charity (1049826) committed to supporting people who have been affected by rape or sexual abuse.
The Office of the Police & Crime Commissioner Cheshire
The Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner (OPCC) for Cheshire is a non-political, impartial organisation which exists to support the work of the elected PCC.
University of Chester
The University of Chester is a public university located in Chester, England.
Chester Sexual Abuse Support Service (CSASS)
CSASS is a friendly team of women, working with survivors of sexual abuse to help them feel supported and safe.
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This website was developed in collaboration with North West Police Crime Commissioners, NHS England, and Sexual Assault & Abuse Services.
The North West SAAS Partner Network (Strategic Direction for Sexual Assault and Abuse Services) is led by NHS England and covers Cheshire, Merseyside, Cumbria, Greater Manchester and Lancashire.