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At Bedfordshire Police we really do CARE about the people we are in daily contact with.
We understand that being a victim of crime can be a distressing experience. The resources here may provide useful information.
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.
Being a victim of crime is a distressing experience. This section gives details of support service called the Signpost Hub which can provide help and support through this difficult time.
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.
Our staff are polite and well mannered, show empathy, treat your case seriously, give practical help and advice and above all keep you informed at regular intervals. This set of standards is brought together under a Victim Contract.
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.