3 July 2017
More than eight out of ten people in contact with Victim Support following the London Bridge terror attack needed help due to the horrific scenes they witnessed.
13 June 2017
Victim Support’s trained staff will be on hand to offer help and support at Borough Market tomorrow morning (Weds) as it re-opens following the horrific London Bridge terrorist attack.
31 May 2017
In the week following the deadly terrorist attack in Manchester, Victim Support has been contacted by victims and witnesses seeking psychological help.
26 May 2017
Help and support is available for anyone affected by the Manchester terror attack.
24 April 2017
Political parties must seize the golden opportunity presented by the snap 8 June election and guarantee crime victims’ rights in their manifestos after a report shows this is failing to happen.
VS responds to Liz Truss, Justice Secretary to order review to ban abusers tormenting victims in family courts
5 January 2017
Liz Truss, Justice Secretary to order review to ban abusers tormenting victims in family courts
Victims and witnesses of terror attacks falling through gaps in support system, Victim Support report reveals
9 November 2016
The lack of a widely recognised definition of a ‘victim’ of terrorism is putting at risk survivors receiving the emotional and practical help they need after
13 October 2016
A new online film backed by an exclusive Ellie Goulding track hopes to raise awareness of domestic abuse and let victims know support is out there, so that they can #breaktheroutine.
13 September 2016
Victim Support (VS) responds to Huffington Post following publication of the Women and Equalities Committee report on sexual harassment in schools.
6 September 2016
Victim Support (VS) responds to Wired UK on CPS’s annual Violence Against Women and Girls (VAWG) report