Where Can I get Victim Support?
The Police and Crime Commissioner commissions various services that support victims of crime and anti-social behaviour. In the last three years 43 services have been commissioned equating to £2,716,219.
During these challenging times, it is more important than ever that we reassure victims of, or witnesses to, crime, and their families where appropriate, that support is still available to help them cope with the immediate aftermath of the crime and address, where possible, any long-term recovery needs.
If you have been a victim of crime or anti-social behaviour, have witnessed a crime or if you are worried about someone who has been, and require support please contact the Police and Crime Commissioner’s Office and ask to be put through the Victims’ Care and Advice Service.
You can find more information under victims’ services