After her successful, “bringing the community together day” in June last year,
Bernadette MacDonald-Raggett was called again to organise The Crown Prosecution’s Community Conversation days for the serious subjects of covering domestic violence, stalking, coercive behavior and how rape cases are dealt within the criminal justice system.
With local G.Ps in attendance from the community, some specialising in domestic violence, it was indeed “standing room” only for this successful event!.
As a panel member for Wessex Violence against Women and Girls,
Bernadette is fully supportive of these important community events and congratulates CPS for bringing these events to the community.
A good day was had by all on the 4th..from left Jacki Tapley (Portsmouth uni) Louise Holmes District Crown Prosecutor Wessex, Bernadette MacDonald-Raggett, Nicola Haywood – Deputy Chief Crown Prosecutor Wessex and D C. Nicola Jenkins (explained to the community what she did with regards to the stalking clinic she runs.)
There was much interest in Bernadette’s presentations and the subjects really resonated with the community.