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Victim Support

Victim Support is the independent national charity for people affected by crime. We help thousands of victims of violence every year. Our volunteers are specially trained to give information practical help and emotional support to people who have been threatened or assaulted. The service is confidential free and available to everyone. Victims of crime are usually put in touch with Victim Support by the police. But you can contact us directly whether or not you want to report the crime to the police and regardless of when the crime happened.

Our London region manages all our services across the capital as well as the national Victim Supportline.

Octavia House, 50 Banner Street, London, EC1Y 8ST
020 7336 1730 Helpline 0845 450 3936
Opening times:
Monday to Friday 8am to 8pm

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