Are you a victim-survivor of rape or another sexual offence?
Have you ever reported the offence to the police?
Do you want to give feedback on your experience with the police?
Operation Bluestone Soteria is inviting victim-survivors of rape and other sexual offences to take part in a survey about your experience with the police.
The online survey is completely anonymous.
Why take part?
The survey will help us understand how the police process feels to victims of rape and other sexual offences. We will use these findings to help the police improve.
Who is invited to take part?
All victim-survivors of rape and other sexual offences aged 18 and over whose case police know about. Your case may have just started, be ongoing, or be closed. We want to listen to all victim-survivors.
How do I take part in this survey?
You can complete this survey online in your own time, at your own pace, and at a place that feels safe and comfortable to you. It should take no more than 15 minutes.
This is an academic survey conducted by City University of London, and not a police survey.
Please do not report any crimes as your response will be anonymous.
Who is conducting this survey?
The survey is being conducted by academics at City University of London, in line with General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
If you respond you cannot be identified, and your data will be completely anonymous.
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