How we’ve helped
In the past 12 months, our team of 40+ full-time staff and volunteers have supported more than 15,000 people of all ages and backgrounds from across Northamptonshire.
This includes those who have directly experienced crime as well as people who have had to deal with witnessing crime, and going to court as a result. We’ve also helped friends and families of victims of crime, who have been affected by what happened to their loved ones.
Our dedicated staff have spoken to citizens on the phone, via video-call and in person to help them cope, recover and thrive. We’ve also linked-up with partner agencies from across the county to ensure that every single person we deal with is assisted in the best possible way, and is supported throughout their experience.
We are proud to give every person who contacts Voice our full free and confidential support for as long as they need it.
Every year, Voice:
- takes part in over 20,000 phone calls – an average of 55 a day;
- meets with around 1,200 victims face to face; and
- provides support to over 15,000 people.
Read some of our case studies to discover how Voice has helped people like you to cope, recover and thrive after crime.