Work the Commissioner has undertaken to improve the experiences of victims of crime in the justice and victims’ services systems.
The Victims of Crime Commissioner works to promote the rights and interests of victims of crime. Her work involves a range of activities aimed at improving the experiences of victims and ensuring they have access to appropriate support services.
One of the main responsibilities of the Victims of Crime Commissioner is to provide advice to the government on issues affecting victims of crime. This includes reviewing policies and legislation related to victims' rights and services and making recommendations for improvements.
The Commissioner also works to raise public awareness about the impact of crime on victims and the importance of supporting them through the justice process.
Additionally, the Commissioner's work includes engaging with victims of crime and their families to understand their experiences and needs, and to ensure that their voices are heard in policy development.