username

password

Established
Housing Law WeekAlphabiolabsBerkeley Lifford Hall Accountancy ServicesIQ Legal Training

Home > News

Supporting male victims of crimes considered violence against women and girls

The Home Office has published a document setting out the government's position on and work to support male victims of crimes considered violence against women and girls. The document updates and replaces the first Male Victims Position Statement, published in 2019, and reiterates the government's commitment to ensuring that male victims of crimes which disproportionately affect women and girls are supported.

As with the Tackling Domestic Abuse Plan , it draws on responses to the Tackling Violence Against Women and Girls Call for Evidence, relevant data, and a comprehensive literature review.

For the document, click here.

8/4/22