Live chat launched to support victims of crime

Lancashire Victim Services, the local support service for victims of crime in the county, has launched a live chat which is now available on their website lancashirevictimservices.org. The live chat offers people a new way to find out...

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Victims’ charity helps organisations in Lancashire to better support victims of crime

Lancashire Victim Services has launched a new programme to accredit business in Lancashire as Victim Friendly Organisations. It offers local organisations the opportunity to train staff on the impact of crime, the support available and...

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Sexual violence campaign launches in Lancashire

A new campaign encouraging anyone affected by sexual violence to seek support is being launched in Lancashire as part of Sexual Violence Awareness Week. The campaign, funded by Police and Crime Commissioner Clive Grunshaw, raises...

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Lancashire Victim Services celebrates anniversary as more people than ever receive support

Lancashire Victim Services has celebrated the first anniversary of its four multi-crime support hubs, as new figures reveal that the service is supporting more victims of crime than ever before. Staff and partners joined Lancashire’s...

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Lancashire Victim Services launch domestic abuse campaign

There is a way out of abusive relationships – that’s the message of a new Lancashire Victim Services campaign encouraging people who may be experiencing domestic abuse to take the step and get help. The campaign, which launched...

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Lancashire Hubs Open Their Doors to Victims of Crime

Lancashire Victim Services are launching their Hubs at events for partners and stakeholders this month, to offer emotional support, information and practical help to victims and witnesses of crime. The events, opened by Police and Crime...

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Lancashire Victim Services offers ongoing support to Manchester Terror Victims

As funerals for the Lancashire victims of the terrible attack on Manchester's MEN arena begin to take place, ongoing specialist support from Lancashire Victim Services (LVS) is available to anyone affected. The service offers emotional...

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Looking after yourself following a terrorist attack

Looking after yourself following a terrorist attack If you have been caught up in the terrible attack in Manchester on 22 May 2017 you may feel frightened, upset or angry. Even if you haven't been directly affected, events like this...

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Support available to victims of Manchester attacks

Monday night saw the cowardly attack on crowds of mostly young people leaving a concert at Manchester Arena. Our thoughts are with the victims, their families and friends who have been affected by this horrific act of violence and...

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Victims of crime set to benefit from enhanced support services

Lancashire Police and Crime Commissioner Clive Grunshaw with members of the Lancashire Victim Services Team For the first time, Lancashire Victim Services will bring together services for victims of hate crime, young victims, victims...

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