About Us Our Organisation Our Partners Our impact is always greater when we can work together. We are dedicated to help all of our amazing partners play their part to keep adult and child victims safe and to prevent domestic violence and abuse for future generations. Our staff have the skills, experience and expertise to tailor a partnership to be right for your organisation or company. Current partnerships Devon Domestic and Sexual Violence (DSVA) Alliance Devon Domestic and Sexual Violence (DSVA) Alliance is a large network of voluntary and statutory organisations and community members working together to end domestic and sexual violence and abuse. Devon County Council and the Alliance has worked tirelessly to develop a Devon–wide strategy to end domestic and sexual violence. SAFE is a key partner member of the Alliance, helping to finalise the strategy and oversee its implementation. Resilient Women's Project - CoLab Exeter The aim of the Resilient Woman Resilient System (RWRSI) initiative sponsored by the Ministry of Justice and hosted by CoLab Exeter is to explore how a whole system approach based on promotion of “resilience” might prevent women from entering the justice pathway, improve their experience and outcomes once within it and help reduce their chances of returning. The project design draws upon research, which highlights the unique nature of women’s offending, specifically how it is often precipitated by social, environmental and lifestyle factors that could be better addressed or avoided. SAFE's CEO is a member of the stewardship project group and SAFE staff and volunteers attend the Resilient Women's Open sessions at CoLab to offer information, support and referral for women experiencing domestic violence and abuse. Bridging the Gap Bridging the Gap is a project set up by Devon Link Up, ARC, SAFE and Plymouth People First. It is a project that will examine and challenge the lack of reporting, education and support for vulnerable people with learning disabilities who experience hostility, violence and abuse in all its forms. SAFE is assisting this project undertake consultations and develop a training programme for people with a learning disability.