Bexley welcomes feedback on its Domestic Abuse strategy

Stop Domestic Abuse

The Council is asking local people to share their views on its five-year strategy, which aims to reduce domestic abuse in Bexley and its harmful impact on victims, their families and the wider community.

The Council is running a public consultation for people to share their views from Monday 19 April to Friday 25 June.

The refreshed strategy can be viewed online at Bexley’s dedicated Domestic Abuse support website. It focuses on five strategic aims to help achieve the Council’s vision: Prevention, Partnership, Provision, Protection and Progression.

The strategy has been developed in partnership with a wide range of statutory, voluntary and community organisations across Bexley, including an engagement exercise with domestic abuse survivors, service users and professionals.

The Council has looked to national and regional guidelines and policies to help shape the strategy.

How to have your say

Online survey

Residents can share their thoughts and leave comments via the online survey. The survey will take around 5 minutes to complete.

Take the online survey

Join the Domestic Abuse Strategy webinar

  • When: 2pm, Thursday 13 May
  • Where: Webinar

The Cabinet Member for Communities, Cllr Alex Sawyer and Deborah Simpson, Bexley's Domestic Abuse & Sexual Violence Strategy Manager & Commissioner will be holding a webinar where you will be able to ask questions on the Domestic Abuse strategy. No booking is required.

Join the webinar