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|1. What to expect as a victim or witness of a crime|
|2. What happens after you report a crime?|
|3. Victims' Right to Review scheme|
|4. Giving a witness or victim statement|
|5. Going to court|
|6. What happens after the trial?|
|7. Victim and witness support organisations|
If you've experienced a crime or are fearful of someone, Ayesha Fordham offers support to those who live or work in the City of London. She can give one‐off advice or ongoing support.
Phone: 07944 634946
Email: [email protected]
Or call our free Supportline on 08 08 16 89 111.
To find out about City of London Police victim support drop-in sessions, check Facebook.
Citizens Advice Witness Service
A national charity and network of local charities offering confidential advice online, over the phone, and in person, for free.
If you’re a witness at a criminal court in England or Wales, you can get free and independent support from the Citizens Advice Witness Service. It doesn’t matter who you’re a witness for, you can still get help.
Victim and witness information
A website that helps victims and witnesses of crime in England and Wales. It has information on what happens after reporting a crime, the people you might meet, the support you should get and how to complain if something goes wrong
A national charity dedicated to helping anyone affected by crime to cope with and recover from their experience. It offers services not only to victims and witnesses, but also to their friends and family.
If it doesn't have an office in your area, it can point you to local help.
It also runs My Support Space, a free, safe, secure and confidential space where you can choose how you want to be supported. Register for My Support Space - it's quick and easy.