Tag Archives: Victim Support

Specialist support is available for those affected by the recent terror attacks

In London, Victim Support is commissioned by the Mayor’s Office for Policing and Crime (MOPAC) to support those affected by terror attacks and major incidents. Victim Support is a charity with over 40 years’ experience supporting victims of crime and … Continue reading

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Appeal to identify suspects after homophobic assault on train back to London from Brighton Pride

On Saturday 1st August 2015 thousands of people traveled to Brighton to enjoy Brighton Pride and most people had a brilliant day out. However, a gay man travelling with a group of friends was punched unconscious in an unprovoked attack. … Continue reading

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Hate Crime outreach service launched in Kensington and Chelsea

A new drop-in centre to support victims of hate crime has been launched in Kensington and Chelsea, which will run at the customer service centre in Kensington Town Hall, Hornton Street W8 every Thursday from 2-4pm. PC Kirstie Miller, the diversity … Continue reading

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