We work with a number of other organisations, as we believe in a united effort to help fight and solve crimes.
Have a look at some of the following organisations that you might find useful:
Crime Reduction Partnership News
The aim of CRP News is to improve the exchange of ideas and opinions among the growing number of people professionally involved in Crime Reduction Partnerships throughout the UK. Apart from news, this site hosts an online library of reference documents, classified links to other web resources and listings of forthcoming events. The site also publishes a free weekly eNewsletter.
Child Victims of Crime
This charity provides material support for children aged 16-years-old and younger, who have been victims of, or traumatised by any criminal offence committed in the UK. Police officers nominate children to Child Victims of Crime who they think will benefit from the charity's services.
Whatever your question about drugs Frank can help you. Talk via 0800 77 66 00 or online. Frank's website has a large amount of information also.
The government office that deals with protecting us, the public. Their website has a lot of information on crime and victims, drugs, anti-social behaviour and the police.
Neighbourhood Watch is one of the biggest and most successful crime prevention initiatives. Neighbourhood Watch and Home Watch (as it is known in some areas) works to bring neighbours together who want to look out for each other, creating strong, friendly, active communities where crime and antisocial behaviour are less likely to happen. With over 170,000 schemes across England and Wales, we are the collective voice for community safety.
The Secured Home website has some good crime prevention advice.
Suzy Lamplugh Trust
Suzy Lamplugh Trust works with people of all ages and in all sectors of society in order to help them develop strategies for staying safe. For twenty-one years, this personal safety charity has been offering preventative solutions to reduce the likelihood of people becoming victims and to increase confidence. Please the Suzy Lamplugh Trust website to read a broad range of personal safety tips.
Victim Support is the national charity which helps victims of crime through community based services and in all UK crown and magistrates' courts. This support is free and confidential and is available whether or not the crime has been reported to the police.
If you're in need of support you can search The Counselling Directory for qualified counsellors and psychotherapists who are registered with a recognised professional body.
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