Press releases

VS responds to the ONS crime statistics for year 2014/15

Thursday 11 February 2016

Victim Support responds to the ONS crime statistics released today: Focus on Violent Crime and Sexual Offences for the year 2014/15.

VS responds to the ONS crime statistics: childhood sexual abuse

Thursday 04 August 2016

Victim Support (VS) responds to Office for National Statistics figures on childhood sexual abuse for the year ending March 2016.

VS responds to the TUC survey on sexual harassment at work

Wednesday 10 August 2016

Victim Support (VS) responds to the Trade Unions Congress survey on sexual assault in the workplace.

VS responds to the Women and Equalities Committee report via Huffington Post

Tuesday 13 September 2016

Victim Support (VS) responds to Huffington Post following publication of the Women and Equalities Committee report on sexual harassment in schools.

VS responds to Weston Mercury on local outstanding arrest warrants

Tuesday 14 June 2016

Victim Support responds to the Weston Mercury on local outstanding arrest warrant figures.

VS responds to Wired UK on CPS’s annual VAWG report

Tuesday 06 September 2016

Victim Support (VS) responds to Wired UK on CPS’s annual Violence Against Women and Girls (VAWG) report

VS response on importance of reporting options for victims

Wednesday 03 February 2016

Victim Support responds to BBC Look North on the importance of reporting options for victims.

VS response on knife crime in schools

Friday 29 January 2016

Victim Support responds to the Sunday Mirror on knife crime in schools.

VS welcomes funding from the Ministry of Justice to expand online support

Thursday 23 April 2020

Victim Support welcomes funding from the Ministry of Justice to expand our online support to every region of England and Wales. Now, more than ever, those affected by crime need to be able to access support services remotely.

We must work to end male violence against women and girls

Thursday 11 March 2021

Now more than ever we must work to end male violence against women and girls. No woman should feel afraid of harassment or violence when walking down the street. 

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