Help and support after crime

If you have been impacted by crime, it is important to know there is support available and you are not alone. Our Children and Young People Team offer a range of free support tailored and delivered in a way for your specific needs. You do not need to have reported anything to the police, and you can access support even if you are not the direct victim.

Our Support

Our aim is to help you cope and recover from the effects of the crime. This can be achieved in a number of ways, tailored and specific to your needs.

Did you know?

You do not need the police involved to get our support.

We support if you were a witness or an indirect victim too or if you were involved in a road traffic collisions.

Your choices

We work alongside other support services in the community; a list of them is detailed through our Partnership Care Network directory here. You can browse the support services to identify any that could help you, or alternatively you can call us and we can assist in finding the right support for you.


Meet the team

Our Children and Young People Caseworkers have answered a few questions for us; in order for you to be able to get to know them a little better. You can view their answers here.

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Contact us

If you would like to talk to one of our friendly team members about support or you would like any further information about the services we provide, you can contact us by:

0808 178 1641


Or request a call back by providing us with a few details here