About the commissioner
Nicole Jacobs was appointed in 2019 as the first designate Domestic Abuse Commissioner for England and Wales.
The Domestic Abuse Bill will give her specific powers which will enable her to fulfill this role, and places legal duties on public sector bodies to cooperate with her and to respond to any recommendations that she makes to them.
Who we work with and why
Our aim is to work with as diverse a range of people and organisations with experience of or an interest in domestic abuse as possible. We want their insight and expertise to inform our understanding of the wide spectrum of issues, challenges and concerns facing victims and survivors of domestic abuse and the organisations working with and for them, both at the front-line and strategic levels.
“I am really pleased to see that the inspectorate has conducted a review into the Crown Prosecution Service’s handling of domestic abuse cases. “This has highlighted …
The Domestic Abuse Commissioner, Nicole Jacobs, said today: “The victim’s bill has been long awaited by very many impacted by crime including domestic abuse and …
Over the next two days the Domestic Abuse Commissioner is bringing together hundreds of people who have a role to play in tackling domestic abuse. …