LightSpeed built this website for the Centre for Justice and Crime Prevention (CJCP). The site is for children who have been abused or harmed in any way, helping them to make contact with people who can assist them with counselling and advice in their area.
The site captures the information of users with a simple form built using Caldera Forms. The information is all 100% anonymous. The form asks questions such as the age, gender and location of the user, what happened to them, when it happened, whom they’ve told, and so on. After that information is submitted the user is then shown a list of service providers (the service provider list displayed depends on what has happened to the user) in their area. The user can then email the results to themself or someone else, or download a PDF directly.
To load the Service Providers onto the site, we were provided with a spreadsheet which we formulated in a way that allowed us to import all the information using WP All Import into a Service Provider post type we created.
Another side to the site is that it allows the CJCP to collect data on where and how often these harmful activities are happening to children, helping the CJCP to know where there is a need to build more service providers to help deal with an overflow of cases. For this purspose, we built CJCP a front-end reporting tool that allows them to gather all the metrics from the users’ submitted forms.
Another form was developed for the site which allows admins to add a Service Provider to the site on the front end. Special user permissions had to be set so that only admins would be able to see and use that form.
The CJCP now has a functioning site that allows children to submit anonymous information about abuse cases and to seek free help. The site also allowing the CJCP to collect data and provide better service delivery in the areas that need it most.