Victims Unite! has been built
- to publicise victim stories
- to find common denominators
- to help victims advance their cases
- to fight the common causes together.
- sharing information about the how and why these dreadful things are happening to us
- what we can do about them
- how we can best communicate with “the system” that has failed us and let us down.
My particular approach consists in:
- gathering case stories
- encouraging victims to work with their MP
- get MPs to work together.
Since our meeting on 25 Jan 2011, the following avenues are being pursued:
- our Chairman Austin Mitchell MP is part of the consultation for the Economic Crime Agency
- he will ask the Government whether they will stage a public inquiry into white collar crime
- he is writing to the Justice and the Busienss Committee to see whether they will investigate white collar crime.