Tag: Victim support

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Victim right to review scheme

If a victim of crime feels their case has not been handled appropriately under the guidelines below they have the right to request a review of their case.

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All businesses or enterprises (such as charities) who are victims of crime are entitled to make a Business Impact Statement explaining how the crime has affected the business. This is similar to a Victim Personal Statement.

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Talking about your crime

When you report a crime to us we will let you know what happens next. If your case cannot be investigated further we will explain the reasons why.

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Your rights

Victims of crime, both individuals and businesses, are entitled to a level of service and support from the police and other criminal justice agencies as detailed in the Code of Practice for Victims of Crime.

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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.

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