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Shaping Birmingham’s Draft Domestic Abuse Prevention Strategy

Birmingham City Council’s Citizen Involvement and Domestic Abuse teams would like to hear your thoughts on the city’s new draft Domestic Abuse Prevention Strategy.

As a Birmingham citizen, you play a key role in our city’s response to domestic abuse, so YOUR feedback is needed on the joint draft Domestic Abuse Prevention Strategy 2024+. This important strategy will shape how collectively domestic abuse is tackled, how survivors are supported and how perpetrators are held to account.

A six-week consultation is available for you to join online at:

  • Tuesday 28th November 12noon – 1.30pm 
  • Wednesday 29th November 5:30pm – 7pm

Sign up here

If you are unable to attend, you can complete an online survey, please visit BeHeardThe survey should take about 10 minutes to complete and is completely confidential.

To discuss the consultation or strategy, or submit responses by email, please get in touch at DAteam@birmingham.gov.uk

Anyone can be a victim of domestic abuse, and we know you may know someone, or have experienced it yourself – we commission specialist services that are available to you for help and support.

For women:
Birmingham and Solihull Women’s Aid Helpline is open every day 9:15 – 5:15 on 0808 800 0028
Webchat is open Monday to Friday 10 – 4. 

For men:
Cranstoun helpline is open Monday to Friday 9-5 on 0121 633 1750, or their website has more information.

For LGBT+:
Birmingham LGBT’s helpline is open Monday to Friday 10am – 9pm and Saturdays 11:30am to 7pm on 0121 643 0821, or their website has more information.

In an emergency, please call 999.