Victims/Survivors of Crime Anonymous Survey
Have your say before the 1st of March! The ‘Strengthening the Criminal Justice System for Victims Survey’ (also offered in Te Reo) is designed for victims/survivors to have their say on what works, what doesn’t and how it can be improved. Share your experiences, thoughts and ideas about the criminal justice system in New Zealand anonymously.
Many victims/survivors have expressed that they feel let down by the current system and find it difficult to navigate. The Hāpaitia te Oranga Tangata – Safe and Effective Justice programme wants to ensure that the needs of people who have experienced crime are at the heart of any reform of the criminal justice system.
Launched by the Chief Victims Advisor, Dr Kim McGregor, the Strengthening the Criminal Justice System for Victims Survey is a chance for victims/survivors to share their views, what works and what doesn’t, and how it can be improved.
Hāpaitia te Oranga Tangata want to hear from as many victims/survivors as possible – please share the link to the survey with your networks.
Anyone who has experienced a crime or know someone who has, and people who work to support victims/survivors are encouraged to take part.
Participation in the survey is anonymous – a summary of its findings will inform the Hāpaitia te Oranga Tangata – Safe and Effective Justice programme and our advice to Government.
Take part in the Strengthening the Criminal Justice System for Victims Survey
A Te Reo version of the survey is also available: Te Whakakaha i te Pūnaha Ture Taihara mō ngā Pārurenga
Survey closes March 1, 2019.