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If you or someone you know has been affected by crime in Cheshire this website will help you to find the advice and support you need. This information is provided to anyone who may need support regardless of whether a crime has been reported or when it happened.
The Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner (OPCC) supports the Commissioner enabling him to fund specialist services across the county which helps and supports victims of crime.
From support for survivors of sexual violence to enhanced emotional and practical support for victims impacted by crime, these services aim to improve the mental health and wellbeing of residents across Cheshire.
Information for victims about support services and processes
Commissioned to provide support services for all victims of crime
Commissioned to support anyone subjected to sexual violence
Commissioned to provide restorative justice for victims of crime
Victim support for young people aged 18 and under
An A-Z of all of the services we have listed on our site.
Agencies who can provide support for victims of ASB
Agencies who can provide support for victims of burglary/theft
Agencies who can provide support on court process
Agencies who can provide support for victims of criminal damage
Support for survivors of domestic abuse and their families
Agencies who provide support for victims of stalking/harassment
Agencies who can provide support for victims of Hate/Mate Crime
Agencies who provide support for mental health and suicide
Agencies who provide support for families of murder/manslaughter
General advice and support
Agencies who provide support for survivors of rape/sexual assault
Agencies that can help with the RJ process
Agencies that provide support following road traffic collisions
Agencies that can help with social care/housing issues
Agencies who can provide support for victims of substance misuse
Agencies who can provide support for victims of violent crime