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We understand that you may not want to speak to us about your experience in the first instance. You can still get help and support, even if you don't report what has happened to you to the police.
Sexual assault referral centres (SARCs) can offer free and confidential help, support, examination and counselling.
Within the sexual assault referral centre there are independent sexual violence advisors (ISVAs). An advisor can help you to report what has happened to the police and support you through the criminal justice process.
You can also seek help or advice from other services such as counsellors, sexual health centres, (called GU clinics), your GP or a hospital, and Victim Support. Also see our Useful Links section on the bottom right of the screen (you may need to scroll down).
Victim Support National OfficeHallam House56-60 Hallam StreetLondonSurreyW1W 6JL
Tel: 0845 30 30 900Tel: 0845 456 6099
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Devon & Cornwall Police
Police Headquarters, Middlemoor,
Tel: Textphone 18001 101.
Tel: Emergency 999
Emergency SMS / text: 999 only for deaf, hard of hearing and the speech impaired
Email: general enquiries
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Non-emergency number 101 for Devon & Cornwall Constabulary or Textphone 18001 101
Emergency number 999 or Text 80999 for deaf, hard of hearing and the speech impaired
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