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HEAR campaign

We're asking organisations across Norfolk to sign up to a new campaign to help employees who might be suffering domestic abuse.

The HEAR campaign calls on employers to break the silence around domestic abuse and HEAR, help and provide support to their staff on this important issue.

By signing the pledge below, your organisation agrees to:

  • Provide access to specialist support for your employees
  • Make sure your staff get the right training, so they know how to help colleagues
  • Not tolerate domestic abuse in any form
  • Make sure your workplace is supportive for colleagues who experience domestic abuse
  • Review your policies and processes around domestic abuse to make sure they are implemented correctly

The campaign is run by the Domestic Abuse and Sexual Violence Group in Norfolk for White Ribbon Day 2020 and beyond.

The HEAR pledge

We pledge to break the silence around domestic abuse and HEAR, help and provide support in the workplace.

Help

Every employer has a duty to provide access to organisations who can help employees.

We will ensure colleagues affected by domestic abuse are given access to the right specialist support.

Educate

Every employer should ensure the right training is provided.

We will make sure the right training is provided to staff to know what steps to take to support colleagues.

Awareness

Every employer has a responsibility to be aware of domestic abuse.

We will not tolerate domestic abuse in any form and will provide a supportive workplace for colleagues who experience such abuse.

Respond

Every employer should ensure the right policies are in place to respond to domestic abuse.

We will review our policies and processes and ensure they are implemented correctly.

Pledge your support

Terms and conditions

This information will be shared with agency partners including, Norfolk County Council, Norfolk Constabulary, the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Norfolk and support agencies of the Domestic Abuse and Sexual Violence Group (DASVG).

We will create a strategic report for feedback to DASVG from the available statistics for monitoring and evaluation purposes. This information will be made available to partners.

Your details will be stored with the data controller, The Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Norfolk for a maximum of 12 months from 25 November 2020 to establish reach and impact of campaign.

The data will not be shared with a third party outside of the DASVG.

If you no longer wish to continue with your pledge in the future, email OPCCNCommissioning@norfolk.pnn.police.uk.

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