We are proud to be official partners with a number of excellent organisations. You can read more about our partners here.
LimeCulture is delighted to partner with the Premier League to deliver training to the clubs on sexual consent, sexting and sexual health and were delivered to players aged between 14-21 years old.
In addition, we are proud to have been invited to deliver a series of workshops on safeguarding in sport. Our work in this area, led by Kim Doyle who is a member of the national safeguarding panel in sport, is a part of our bespoke training and the courses are all tailored packages according to the specifications we are given.
If you would like us to develop some bespoke training for you, then email us on email@example.com
LimeCulture is proud to partner with Intersol Global, worldwide experts in investigative interviewing, and champions of ExtraOrdinary Case Management on a number of projects.
LimeCulture and Intersol work together on projects where organisations have asked us for support to ensure their investigative approach, and disciplinary processes to alleged sexual misconduct are fit for purpose.
LimeCulture is proud to work in partnership with SceneSafe, a global leader in specialist forensic solutions. As the largest provider of forensic consumables and equipment to UK police forces, SceneSafe’s commitment to forensic development enables them to respond to a fast moving and innovative industry sector.
SceneSafe, who has been at the centre of sexual assault forensic development since 1997, have jointly launched the ‘SAFE Programme, with LimeCulture. The programme allows Governments outside of the UK access to technical support, forensic equipment, analysis and training to improve local responses to sexual assaults.
LimeCulture is proud to work in partnership with the Male Survivor Partnership, a consortium of organisations supporting male victims/survivors of sexual violence who have joined together with the aim of creating better support for males.
In Spring 2017, the Male Survivor Partnership was successfully awarded funding from the Lloyds Bank Foundation England and Wales to develop quality standards for services supporting male victims/survivors of sexual violence and test a monitoring and accreditation process.
The Male Survivor Partnership commissioned LimeCulture to carry out this work on their behalf. The development of the quality standards is currently underway and are due to be launched in January 2018.