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Voice supports victims of crime
If you or someone you know has been affected by crime, Voice will give you, or help you to find, the advice and support you need.
The service is free, impartial and available to everyone, whether a crime has been reported to police or not.
Voice supports witnesses of crime
If you inform the police that you have witnessed a crime, you are likely to be asked to make a witness statement. If a suspect is charged with an offence, there will be a court process.
This will involve a number of different agencies working together.
Voice supports families of victims and witnesses
Whether you report a crime or not, Voice and other support organisations across Northamptonshire are there if you need help to cope and, as far as possible, recover from your experience.Read more about "Support Services"
Voice is made up of a mix of paid staff and volunteers who have chosen to do something positive about crime in their own community.
- 19 January
- 28 November
RT @VictimSupport: Want to learn more about the work of Victim Support over the past year? We'll be releasing our impact report on Monday -…