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Victim First
We support victims and witnesses of crime in Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland. T: 0800 953 95 95 Mon-Sat 9am-6pm, Wed 9am-8pm. A service.
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Victim First Jan 16
Would you like to see videos on our website explaining more about what Victim First can support you with?
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Victim First Jan 14
We will be putting up polls this week on all of our social media platforms to gain a wider understanding of what service users/ the public would like or expect to see on our website. If you would like to provide any extra feedback please email support@victimfirst.pnn.gov.uk
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Victim First Jan 14
Would you feel more comfortable having the option to speak to one of our caseworkers via a web chat function on our website?
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Victim First Jan 14
Would you like to see more tips and advice on crime prevention on our website?
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Victim First Jan 11
Monthly team meeting! With a great input from our CYP specialist Lia and a lovely catch up after the Christmas break!
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Charnwood Borough Council Community Safety Jan 11
Suffering in silence? to find out about the range of support available across & for anyone affected by or
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Leicester Union Advice Service Jan 11
Our sessions now run monthly. The next session will be on Fri 25th Jan 12-4pm. To book an appointment email advice@le.ac.uk or just drop in. If you want to speak to somebody sooner you can get in touch with the charity directly on 0800 953 9595.
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Victim First Jan 2
Victim First would like to wish you all a happy New Year! 🎇
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Victim First Dec 18
Thank you all for an amazing year! please see our Christmas opening hours 🎄
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Dr Stevie-Jade Hardy Dec 10
What a day! Feeling super proud of our 1st year students who produced outstanding awareness-raising campaigns for our Victims of Crime module. Thank you to all of those who came along! I then had a meeting with a student who had made me a beautiful piece of art☺️
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Victim First Dec 10
One of our caseworkers Reena went along to today. Thank you to the criminology department for inviting us to attend and judge the poster campaign. Big congratulations to all students for producing insightful posters. 😊
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Victim First Dec 8
The 16 days website toolkit is an excellent way to initiate conversation in your workplace and make your company aware of domestic violence.
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Rachael Millmoor Dec 7
A thoroughly interesting report launch for The Importance of Narrative in Responding to Hate Incidents Following ‘Trigger’ events this evening. Can’t wait to delve into the report in its entirety. Thank you for the invite
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Victim First Dec 7
Domestic violence doesn’t discriminate. Age, gender, race, sexual orientation, wealth, educational background or geography doesn’t matter.
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Victim First Dec 7
Look out for signs of domestic violence within your colleagues. Every workplace should be aware of their own accountability when it comes to making sure people feel safe.
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Victim First Dec 7
Today we are holding a stall from 10am-4pm at to raise awareness of - come and take a look!
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Victim First Dec 6
Absolute pleasure to meet you too!
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Victims Commissioner Dec 6
Meet just 2 of the amazing survivors I’ve met today in who are working to improve the experience of victims who sadly follow them. Thank you Emma, Samantha and for making your voice heard
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Leicestershire PCC Dec 6
Inspiring day with , , victims of crime, service providers & partners to look at the support service provided, best practice & hear victims' experiences.
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Leicestershire PCC Dec 4
Looking forward to welcoming to on Thurs 6 Dec to showcase the quality support provided to victims of crime.
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