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If you have been affected by crime, Victim Care Merseyside is here to help.
Victim Care Merseyside is a support service, delivered by the Police and Crime Commissioner with a hub of trained staff, making a real difference to victims of crime.
The hub provides a single point of contact for victims and survivors of crime residing in Merseyside to access free, confidential advice, plus emotional and practical support tailored to your needs. The hub consists of specially trained staff and their aim is to support victims and survivors with coping and recovering from the impact of crime.
You can contact Victim Care Merseyside for help whether you have reported a crime to the police or not.
Victim Care Merseyside also includes a range of specialist support services delivered by 10 independent local organisations providing bespoke, dedicated care to the most vulnerable victims of crime.
The Victim Care Merseyside website provides a wealth of information and advice, as well as a directory of more than 60 organisation offering support to victims across Merseyside.
You can contact Victim Care Merseyside and request support by:
Police officers outside of Merseyside Police and other partners can refer cases to the Victim Care Merseyside team by submitting a contact form at www.victimcaremerseyside.org/contact/police-and-partner-referrals