Victim Support

Victim Support

Victim Support is here to help anyone affected by crime – not only victims and witnesses, but their friends, family and other people caught up in the aftermath.

And because we’re an independent charity, you can talk to us whether or not you’ve reported the crime to the police. We’ll support you and won’t involve the rest of the criminal justice system unless you want us to (or unless it’s an emergency and we think someone is at risk). We are here just to support you.

When you first speak to us, one of our victim care officers will ask you some questions about what has happened and how you think you’ve been affected by the crime. If you want our support, we’ll put together a ‘helping plan’ just for you. The help we give falls into three main kinds, whether you’re a victim or a witness of crime:

We can give you support over the phone or face-to-face. We can arrange visits to your home or somewhere else that you feel safe. We’ll be there for as long as you need us and if we can’t help to sort out your problems ourselves, we can put you in touch with other sources of information and support.

We also know that crime affects everyone differently. Whatever your sex, age, race, faith, sexuality or lifestyle and whatever crime you’ve experienced we can help you deal with what you’ve been through. We won’t discriminate.


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