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Victim First
An integrated service supporting victims and witnesses of crime in Leicester, Leicestershire & Rutland. Call 0800 953 95 95 Mon to Fri 8am-8pm, Sat 9am-5pm.
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Victim First Dec 8
We’ve been supporting the campaign. Our head of service speaks about the tools we have in place and Victim First culture to support employees if they may be experiencing
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Victim First Dec 7
- this toolkit includes briefings, posters, podcasts and lots of other guides on the effects of domestic abuse and how employees can be supported.
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Tobias Priscott Dec 5
Looking forward to visiting Leicester this morning to find out about ’s service. Important provision for victims of crime.
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Victim First Dec 5
Glad you enjoyed your visit and learnt more about the service we deliver
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Victim First Dec 5
Amanda, the mental health nurse who works with us here at Victim First, speaking about how employees mental health can be affected by domestic violence.
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Victim First Dec 5
68% of people who endure suffer clinical depression & 1/3 of these people present with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
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Victim First Dec 4
It’s important that we believe an employee who makes a disclosure that they are experiencing and provide them with support and reassurance
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Victim First Dec 3
doesn’t discriminate. Age, gender, race, sexual orientation, wealth, educational background or geography don’t matter
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Victim First Dec 3
1 in 6 men endure yet the public don’t recognise men as victims. Women & men are both affected by
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Victim First Dec 2
12.4% of lesbian women have suffered domestic abuse, we must ensure all services are accessible and meet their needs too
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Victim First Dec 2
LGBT victims are not catered for by the law as much as they should be:
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Victim First Dec 1
Purple, lilac and white ribbons to raise awareness of abuse
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Victim First Dec 1
We have been baking delicious cakes & biscuits to help raise awareness of and supporting the amazing work do to support women & families from disadvantaged backgrounds 🍰
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Victim First Nov 30
Is your company committed to ending domestic violence? Use the 16 Days of action toolkit to get started.
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Victim First Nov 30
We’re at the Hinckley and Bosworth Annual Rural Conference today. Supporting victims of crime across the County with and
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LeicesterLGBT Centre Nov 29
Great to meet RachaelMillmoor of to talk about activities to support our partnership and support to people in and
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Victim First Nov 29
Would you know how to look out for the signs that a colleague/employee was experiencing ?
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Victim First Nov 29
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Victim First Nov 29
- designed to encourage disclosures & create a workplace where employees are educated & aware of
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Victim First Nov 29
The 16 Days website & toolkit are excellent ways to initiate a conversation & make your company aware of
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