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Help and support

Victim Support is here to help anyone affected by crime.

Because we’re an independent charity, you can talk to us whether or not you've reported the crime to the police. If you want, we can support you without the involvement of the criminal justice system, and we won’t contact them about you unless we feel someone is at risk. We are here just to support you.

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    Get help

    How to get support from us.

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    How we can help

    How we can support you if you've been affected by crime.

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    People we've helped

    The stories of some of the people we've supported.

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    Your rights

    Information on the Victims' Code, restorative justice and Victim Personal Statements.

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    What you can do

    Understand the options available to you.

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    Coping with crime

    Different ways crime can affect you and how to cope.

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    Keeping safe

    Personal safety, staying safe online and keeping your home safe.

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    Young victims of crime

    Information for children and young people, parents, carers and professionals.

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    Information leaflets

    Information about how to deal with different crime types.

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