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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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Our Speacialist Restorative Justice Caseworker has just been to Leicester Crown Court to raise awareness of restorative practice and how it can be used
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Victim First Nov 20
Trans people face horrific levels of abuse and discrimination. We stand with them on Head down to St Andrews church at 19:00 to reflect and honour these individuals
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Catch22 Nov 19
It’s , and we’ll be sharing insights from across Catch22 each day. First off, tell us about their work embedding restorative justice across the capital.
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Victim First Nov 19
brings those harmed by crime or conflict and those responsible for the harm into communication, enabling everyone affected by a particular incident to play a part in repairing the harm and finding a positive way forward
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Victim First Nov 10
We are at the launch of People's Zone in New Parks this morning!Come as say hi 👋
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Leicestershire PCC Nov 10
Come and visit us at the launch of People’s Zone in New Parks today till 2pm. Lots of stalls to visit and fun activities to do!
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Leics Cyber Aware Nov 9
It's our Fraud & Cyber Victims Conference at HQ today. We believe that we are and are very grateful to the following for supporting our event today :
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Leicester Union Advice Service Nov 9
Been a victim of crime and want support? will be in the Advice Service office today, 12-4pm. Feel free to drop by, or email advice@le.ac.uk to book an appointment.
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Leicester Union Advice Service Nov 7
Have you been a victim of crime and want support? run sessions from every other Friday. The next one is this Friday (9th November), 12-4pm, located in the Advice Service office. Drop-in or email advice@le.ac.uk to book an appointment.
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Victim First Nov 7
Happy Diwali, have a great evening and stay safe! Best wishes Victim First
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Victim First Nov 6
All set up and ready to go at the PAVE conference at Dmu today! If you are attending come have a chat and see what we do!
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Charlotte Calkin Oct 31
Gorgeous day working with team ... looking at how practices can support them as a team and their clients
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LeicestershirePolice Oct 30
Please be aware of the below guidance from about a email scam. Please report any suspicious emails like this to Action Fraud - - Don't reply and don't make any payments.
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Victim First Oct 28
Our thoughts are with those affected by the events at 🙏
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LeicestershirePolice Oct 26
Today we're launching a campaign in response to record number of 999 calls on Hallowe’en last year, where between the hours of 5pm and 9pm, the force took an average of one 999 call every minute. Watch the real life audio below and
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Victim First Oct 26
Feel free to drop-in and say Hi.
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Leicester Union Advice Service Oct 24
Did you know that run fortnightly support sessions from for victims of crime? If you want to talk to somebody, email advice@le.ac.uk to book an appointment. The next session is this Friday, 12-4pm in the Advice Office.
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Victim First Oct 20
Our RJ specialist caseworker Jas attended the Modern Slavery event today. We continue to be involved with the awareness raising within Leicestershire and are looking to be further involved as things develop locally.
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Victim First Oct 19
Thank you for supporting our posts across !
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Manjeeta Sunnar Oct 19
If you've been a victim of a or in are here to listen to you & give you the opportunity to open up
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