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Useful Links

Report a crime, or find out about crime in your area

 


 

Domestic Abuse

  • Women's Aid (Women's Aid is the key to national charity in working to end domestic violence against women and children. They support a network of over 350 dedicated specialis domestic violence services across the uk)
  • Hidden Hurt  (An external website designed to help understand the dynamics of an abusive relationships, the different types of abuses, it's effect on both direct victims and others)
  • Rape & Sexual Abuse Counselling Centre (The Rape & Sexual Abuse Counselling Centre -Darlington and County Durham- is a charity for women and is run by women!)

 


 

Hate Crime

  • True Vision (Useful site to report hate crime)
  • Shout Crime (Site to report/view reported crimes. Also available as an App)

 


 

Drug and Alcohol concerns

  • FRANK (helps you find out everything you might want to know about drugs - and some stuff you don't. For friendly, confidential advice, Talk to FRANK)
  • Drink Aware (A useful website that promotes responsible drinking and gives useful tips and advice)
  • Balance North East (Getting the measure of alcohol)

 


 

Mental Health

 


 

Internet Safety

 


 

Road Safety

  • Rospa (Sharing the road together for drivers and cyclists)
  • Bikewise (Home of Cleveland and Durham police bikes)
  • Think! (road safety information for road users to encourage safer behaviour on our roads)
  • Excelerate Durham (Excelerate scheme for young drivers)
  • SAGE (Driver training scheme for older drivers)

 


 

Cyber Crime

 


 

Fraud

  • Property Fraud - Property is usually the most valuable asset people own. It can be sold and mortgaged to raise money and can therefore be an attractive target for fraudsters. The type of frauds we usually see are where fraudsters first steal your identity  and then sell or mortgage your property by pretending to be you. If it isn’t discovered promptly, you as the true property owner might find your property has been transferred or sold without your knowledge. Fixing the mess and getting any mortgage taken off your register can be distressing, time-consuming and costly.

Download the leaflet here, and find out more by visiting the GOV.UK website

  • Action Fraud (the UK's nation fraud and cybercrime reporting centre)

 


 

Young People

  • Eraseabuse.org - Advice for young people in County Durham and Darlington, as well as adults and professionals, about child sexual exploitation
  • Fearless.org (a website produced by Crimestoppers dedicated to young people on a range of areas, including cyber crime, violence and abuse, street crime, drugs and alcohol, amongst others)
  • ChildLine (a dedicated resource for a range of issues affecting children and young people)
  • Thinkuknow (A website dedicated to young people by CEOP - Child Exploitation and Online Protection)
  • Clicktodo (information for activities to do for young people in Darlington)

 


 

Local and national partners

 


 

Other general police information

 

 

 
 
 
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