There is a range of support available, with specialised services for victims of different crimes. We encourage you to use their services to support you through this difficult time.
Victim Lincs has one clear goal: to ensure that anybody in Lincolnshire who has been the victim of crime receives the support and advice they need.
The specially-trained service is delivered on behalf of the Police and Crime Commissioner and they can help to:
- Inform: Answer any queries or concerns that you may have, as well as provide you with practical advice.
- Support: Discuss the different support options available to you and, should you need further support, make a referral to the specialist service most suited to you.
- Discuss: Victim Lincs is independent to the police, so anything you tell them will be in confidence (unless there is a risk of harm to yourself or others, or where there is a legal requirement).
You can get in touch by calling 01522 947510 or via email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The service is available Monday to Friday, 8am to 4pm. Outside of these hours, you can call Victim Support’s 24 hour support line on 0808 1689111.
Visit www.victimlincs.co.uk for more.
Ending Domestic Abuse Now – called EDAN Lincs – is a service specifically for those who have suffered domestic abuse. The charity supports women, men or children who are, or have experienced domestic abuse, whether physical, sexual, emotional or financial.
This could include coercive and controlling behaviour, forced marriage and so called “honour-based” violence. Victims could be living either permanently or temporarily in the Lincolnshire area.
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