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Victim Care and Advice Service

What is the Victim Care and Advice Service (VCAS)?

 

This service was commissioned by Ron Hogg, Police, Crime and Victims' Commissioner from 1 April 2016.

The Victim Care and Advice Service (which is ran by the organisation Safe in Tees Valley) provide the necessary advice and support to people who have been affected by crime in County Durham and Darlington. This service was previously provided by Victim Support.

As well as supporting the victim, Victim Care and Advice Service also provide advice and support to the victim's family and friends.

 

Getting the help you need

Whether or not there has been police involvement in a crime, the Victim Care and Advice Service is there to support a victim, their family or a witness affected by a crime. This support is available to anyone in County Durham, Darlington or Cleveland.

You can contact Victim Care and Advice Service by Telephone: 0303 0401 0999 or Email: info@safeinteesvalley.org.

To find out more, or to fill in an online form to request support or advice, click on the image below to vsit the VCAS website:

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