Provides advice and information via a step-by-step guide from the victim’s journey of reporting a crime through to the trial process and beyond. They also offer a list of charities that support victims.
Delivers a range of support and services 24/7 to children, young people, women and men who have been sexually abused, assaulted or raped, whether this happened in the past or more recently.
Provides information about drink spiking to help parents inform their children of the dangers, with film clips and a fact sheet for young adults (aged 16+).
Provides practical and emotional support after experiencing an assault.
Provides information for sex workers from England on their rights to work. Supplies additional information for immigrant sex workers about their rights surrounding deportation.
Provides guidance for online safety. This page provides advice on how to avoid webcam blackmail and what to do if you are a victim of this crime.
Provides instructions on how to prevent serious injury before an ambulance arrives at the scene.
Provides practical support and advice to people struggling with debt and vulnerable to exploitation by paramilitary gangs offering illegal loans.
Confidential, 24/7 support and information for anyone experiencing domestic or sexual violence and abuse.
The Redress Board receives and processes compensation claims for victims of historic institutional abuse. The website features signposting and information and guidance for applicants.
A range of support services available to victims of the Northern Ireland Troubles.
A range of local and other support services available to victims of institutional abuse victims in Northern Ireland.
Supports those who have been affected by fatal domestic abuse with advocacy during criminal justice proceedings. They also provide emotional, practical and specialist peer support.
Advice, guidance, practical and emotional support to people following the murder or manslaughter of their loved ones abroad.
The Metropolitan Police provide a number, an emergency SMS service and locations of your nearest police station to provide advice and support for reporting domestic abuse.
Provides information on what to do if you think you or someone else has been spiked and how to avoid like situations.
Provides practical and emotional support after experiencing a burglary.
An organisation that helps men across Northern Ireland who have struggled/are struggling with abusive relationships. They offer advice on their website, a helpline and counselling.
Rape Crisis Northern Ireland is a support service for anyone who is 18 and over and has experienced rape or serious sexual assault in adulthood.
Find the British embassy, high commission, or consulate for help when facing crisis abroad.
Provides helpful tips and advice for keeping safe and protected online. Includes advice on using social media, phishing, and scams.
Free action plan, support and advice for anyone seeking help with online stalking. Make use of the chatbox function to receive free, immediate help from experts in cyber security.
Guidance on reporting phishing emails to the Government’s Suspicious Email Reporting Service (SERS).
CCRC is an independent body investigating potential miscarriages of justice. It appeals cases free of charge, if an incorrect conviction or sentencing is found after an already unsuccessful appeal.
A checklist of items that may have been stolen, and what to do next if they have.
A step-by-step guide of what to do if your vehicle has been stolen.
Provides practical and emotional support after experiencing a burglary.
Provides practical and emotional support after experiencing a robbery.
Guidance about gangs and street violence, including advice on who to talk to should you become targeted by a gang.
Advice on how to report suspected energy theft to a range of different organisations.
Advice for parents who suspect their child may be involved with a gang.
An article that details the impact of online blackmail on children and provides advice to parents on how they can support their children before and after any incidents.
Provides detailed information on the different types of abuse and an interactive quiz to help identify if you may be experiencing abuse. There is also a 24/7 Scottish helpline available.
Information on how to send money to someone in jail using Visa, Mastercard or Maestro debit card.
Information on a wide range of issues that criminal records can affect. Includes helpline for confidential advice to overcome the effects of a conviction.
Provides a confidential, specialist helpline for young people, parents and carers affected by gang exploitation, selling drugs and county lines. Online support groups also available.
Arbitration service scheme and complaints tool to report publishers.
Provides emotional and practical support to families affected by a loved one held hostage, and to returning hostages. Facilitates access to free specialist services such as legal advice.
Offers rehabilitation and hair restoration services, in consultation with existing health teams, and a survivor support line for more information.
Online application form to get help with the cost of travel, overnight accommodation, and meals when visiting someone in prison. Eligibility criteria apply.
Individual and group support for children and young people aged five to eighteen years old, as well as parents and carers of children impacted by parental imprisonment.
Circles Providers offer a supportive social network, accountability and practical guidance to people who have committed sexual offences, reducing alienation and the risk of re-offending.
Liberty helps UK citizens to understand their legal rights in the event of being involved in a police stop and search.
Legal and practical advice, informs consumers of steps they can take to resolve problems with businesses outside the UK.
Provides a helpline offering advice and the opportunity to report a financial scam or unauthorised firm, and a register and warning list to check if financial firms are authorised.
A charity that provides a range of advice and support eg housing and benefits advice, across Northern Ireland to people in prison, their families, people who have been released from prison and adults in the community who have offended.
Information, helpline, individual advice and support groups for families of offenders in Scotland.
Scottish charity that coordinates local programmes across Scotland to help adults and young people suffering deprivation, at risk of offending, or ex-offenders.
Provides a range of local services including mediation of neighbour disputes, outdoor activities for veterans, anti-sectarianism training and support for ex-offenders.
A charity that provides practical and emotional support to defendants struggling to navigate the criminal justice system, via a website and a helpline.
RCJ offers free legal advice to individuals who are either involved or soon to be involved in a court case in the civil or family courts and who are unable to afford regular legal services.
Advice on specialist support and compensation for victims of crime. Also includes information on reporting a crime, appearing in court, support after the trial, and local support for victims.
A range of tools and guides to help victims aged over sixteen manage the impact of mild to moderate crime. The site is designed to meet the specific needs of victims and anyone supporting them.
Financial, emotional and practical support and advice to Muslim households impacted by counter-terrorism, national security and extremism-related laws, policies and procedures in the UK and abroad.
If you or a loved one have been arrested, charged or imprisoned overseas, Prisoners Abroad can provide a range of free support services, advice and advocacy.
Private therapy service for offenders, those fearful of offending and for their partners. Online support for families of offenders is also available.
Residential workshops, available across different areas of the country, for adults affected by the trauma of a serious crime.
Offers information, advice and support online nationally for lgbtq+ young people aged 16-25 in the uk who are experiencing homelessness or living in a hostile or abusive environment.
Free practical and emotional support available for witnesses going to court.
The Young Witness Service provides advice and support to children and young people attending court as prosecution witnesses before, during and after the trial.