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We understand that being a victim of a crime is a shocking and traumatic experience that can impact on your life long after the original crime has been committed.
We know that the best way to bring the perpetrator to justice is by ensuring you understand what is happening and are fully supported throughout the process from the moment you have reported the crime to the conclusion of your case.
Witnesses can be the victim of the crime, or a person who was at the scene and observed what happened. Being a witness and going to court can be daunting which is why we aim to guide and support you through the process.
This section contains information and advice for victims and witnesses. Please select the links below or on the right hand side of the page.
These booklets provide information that will be helpful to you and explain what you can expect from the police and other criminal justice agencies:
A British sign language video of the You matter we care booklet (Introduction)
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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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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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