Articles by Adrianne.hill@wejumphigher.co.uk

We will be closed on Monday 19th September

We’re deeply saddened to hear of the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. The Queen’s sense of duty and service was a shining example to us all who work to serve the community and we extend our condolences to the Royal Family. As we join the nation in a…

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Behind the scenes with our Children and Young Persons Team

Our dedicated Children and Young Persons Team (CYP) is a free and confidential service that helps and supports young people who have been victims and witnesses of crime. In 20/21, we received over 4500 referrals from those in Northamptonshire who needed support after witnessing and/or experiencing a crime. And we…

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Survey for victims and witnesses of crime (Closing date 31st October 2021)

Crest Advisory, a criminal justice specialist consultancy, have been commissioned by the CPS to better understand the needs of victims and expectations of victims with whom they communicate. This will inform a review of how the CPS engages with victims and witnesses and support the development and testing of new…

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Anti-social behaviour – How Voice can help you

What is anti-social behaviour? When someone’s quality of life is affected by the actions of other people in the community, this is anti-social behaviour (ASB). Anti-social behaviour affects lots of people and often impacts lots of people in one community. If you’re experiencing persistent anti-social behaviour, aren’t sure what to…

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Anti-social Behaviour – assisting a young family

What happened? *Sammy self-referred into Voice for support as her and her young family were experiencing anti-social behaviour from her next door neighbours where they would scream at her, throw things at her house and cause criminal damage to her property. *Sammy was very fearful of going out and was…

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How do I manage my stress after experiencing a crime?

Are you feeling anxious, stressed or worried after experiencing a crime? You’re not alone. Experiencing a crime can disrupt your normal day-to-day life and sometimes it can take a while to feel like you’ve got that normality back again. Not only that, but experiencing a crime means you might experience…

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Switching off the news for better mental health #StressAwarenessMonth

There’s no doubt that lockdown has been difficult for so many. The constant rolling news and daily news stories about the pandemic can cause significant stress and it’s important during these times we take care of ourselves as much as possible. With that in mind, we’re going to look at…

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