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What you can expect when coming in to contact with our force as a victim or witness to a crime.
Those affected by lower levels of crime can have a say in their own case outcome.
Find out about the different types of crime and what you can to keep yourself safe, report it or give us information
You might be able to claim compensation if you were the victim of a violent crime.
If you need special help at court, you can talk to the officer in charge of your case.
You can tell the court in your own words how you have been affected by crime.
Restorative justice enables victims to meet or communicate with their offender to explain the full impact on them of the crime which they have experienced and to ask questions important to them.
We understand that being a victim of crime can be a distressing experience. The resources here may provide useful information.
Being a victim of crime is a distressing experience. This section gives details of Signpost which can provide help and support through this difficult time.
Here you can find out the process once you have reported a crime.
The code sets out the minimum that victims of crime can expect from the police when dealing with your case
The Victims' Right to Review only applies to decisions made on or after 1 April 2015 in cases where a suspect has been identified and formally interviewed under caution.
Victims of crime are surveyed to find out the level of satisfaction that they feel about the service received from the police. This surveying is carried out on behalf of the force by a specialist survey company.
If you're under 18, there are lots of ways you'll get help as a victim or a witness of a crime
Tell us how we did and how we can improve our service to others