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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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Suzy Lamplugh Trust Apr 20
Today is the last day of thank you to those who took part, let's keep on the agenda to keep all victims of safe
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Victim First Apr 19
In 2017 there were 3,501 stalking and harassment crimes reported. If you have been affected by or our caseworkers can provide support, you can find out more by calling our free and confidential number 0800 953 9595
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Suzy Lamplugh Trust Apr 17
You cannot protect victims of stalking by using the 'One size fits all' approach. It is important we listen to what victims are saying to us and create a safety and support plan that is practical and addresses each individual risk.
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Catch22 Apr 16
People who are need tailored services that meet their individual needs. Read our recommendations for here:
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Suzy Lamplugh Trust Mar 1
Join us for our stalking on 16th April exploring best practice in supporting victims and managing perpetrators:
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Catch22 Apr 10
Our new report looks at the changing nature of the crime that victims experience and sets out our recommendations for how to best support them. Download it here:
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Victim First Apr 10
The new Victim's report is now available. It highlights the changing needs of victims and how we can support them better! The report is available here:
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Victim First Apr 6
The campaign is aiming to create more awareness and information on healthy relationships. lets help spread the word!
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Stonewall Mar 31
Happy ! To all our trans friends and family: you are valuable, valid and important members of our community, whether you choose to be seen or not seen, on this day and every day.
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Victim First Mar 29
Our opening hours over the Easter break: Friday 30/3/18 (Good Friday): CLOSED Saturday 31/3/18: OPEN Monday 2/3/18 (Bank Holiday): CLOSED Our Victim First Freephone number 08009539595 will be redirected to the National Victims Helpline during the closures. Have a great break!
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Victim First Mar 29
Thank you for organising an important event to raise awareness of & understanding the benefits of . We learnt lots that will help us support our service users and colleagues
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Manjeeta Sunnar Mar 29
Autism in not a problem. Discrimination is. Diversity is primarily associated with physical characteristics - what about the diverse ways of thinking?
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Victim First Mar 29
Our opening hours over the Easter break: Friday 30/3/18 (Good Friday): CLOSED Saturday 31/3/18: OPEN Monday 2/3/18 (Bank Holiday): CLOSED Our Victim First Freephone number 08009539595 will be redirected to the National Victims Helpline during the closures. Have a great break!
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Victim First Mar 26
BBC News - Record number of slavery victims referred in UK, says report
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Police Diversity Mar 26
Did you know that around 700,000 people in the UK are on the autism spectrum? Today is the start of World Autism Awareness Week. We look forward to welcoming in Leicestershire this week. To find out more about autism you can visit
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Victim First Mar 24
Together we can work to inform, educate and prevent child sexual exploitation.
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Leicestershire PCC Mar 23
PCC opening the Fraud Protection Conference today to a full room of keen delegates from the communities of LLR
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Victim First Mar 23
We’re at HQ for the Fraud Protection Conference today. Come over and learn more about the support we can offer if you’re a victim of fraud and the information and advice available to keep your information safe
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Victim First Mar 21
Are you, or anyone else you know, made fun of because of having Down Syndrome? Is it making you feel sad, cross and lonely? We are here to listen. We will help you if you want to tell the Police what has happened. You can call us on 0800 953 95 95.
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Victim First Mar 21
It is wrong to shout at someone or say nasty things and you shouldn’t have to put up with it. Everyone deserves to be treated fairly. Give us a call if you want some help. We are open 8-8 Monday to Friday and 9-5 Saturdays; call on 0800 953 95 95.
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