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Drink spiking

Drink spiking occurs when a drug or alcohol is added to your drink without you knowing about it. This may affect your behaviour. Report it to the police as we will need to take blood and urine samples as soon as possible to collect the evidence.

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Victims

We know that reporting a crime can be distressing. The decision to contact the police can be daunting and you may have concerns about what is going to happen next. We are committed to giving the best possible service to ensure you receive the right support and are kept fully informed about your case throughout the criminal justice process. This section provides information that will be helpful to you and explains what you can expect from the police and other criminal justice agencies. 

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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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