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We are committed to supporting those who have experienced rape or serious sexual assault. We have specially trained officers who can assist you through the criminal justice process, if that is what you decide you want to do.
This information has been put together for your guidance as we appreciate that not everyone affected by this type of crime will necessarily want to talk to the police right away. The following information may make that decision easier to make, and will also give links to other organisations that may be able to assist and/or offer further advice.
Victim Support National OfficeHallam House56-60 Hallam StreetLondonSurreyW1W 6JL
Tel: 0845 30 30 900Tel: 0845 456 6099
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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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Devon & Cornwall Police, Police Headquarters, Middlemoor, Exeter, Devon, EX2 7HQ
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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