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Reporting a crime

No crime is too trivial to report. It may appear to be a minor crime but it can still be very upsetting. The police understand this and will take you and your case seriously.

If you are a victim of crime, or if you have witnessed a crime, you should contact the police as soon as possible.

Find out more why you should consider reporting a crime.

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Help for Victims

A victim of crime is someone who has suffered harm, injury or loss as a direct result of an offence, as well as someone who feels threatened by the actions of another person.

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Help for Witnesses

We rely on people like you to let us know if you have witnessed a crime or incident of anti-social behaviour.

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I am looking on behalf of somebody

Family and friends are a key source of support for people affected by crime but it can be hard to know how to act, or what to say during such a traumatic time. You may also be feeling upset, knowing what has happened to someone you care about.

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I haven’t reported a crime

By sharing information you have about a crime that has been committed, you can help the police solve crimes and prevent future crimes from taking place. Voice understands that it may be difficult to report an incident, but we encourage you to do so and we will listen, give guidance and support.

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I have already reported a crime

We are sorry to hear that you experienced a crime. We understand that this might
have been a distressing experience, or that you might feel angry or frustrated.

We appreciate that you reported the incident.

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Last modified 30th January 2017

You don't have to report a crime to the police to get support from us
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