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Volunteers are what make a great organisation greater

We would like to say a big thank you to all our victim facing volunteers, your warm smiles, kind words and listening ears have given victims the encouragement needed to reduce the impact that crime has had on their lives. We would also...

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Live chat for crime victims now open 24 hours a day

Lancashire Victim Services' live chat is now open 24 hours a day, seven days a week to support anyone affected by crime in the county. The chat function, which can be found at www.lancashirevictimservices.org, has proven popular since its...

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Lancashire Victim Services continue to support victims of crime three years on

April marks the third anniversary of Lancashire Victim Services' (LVS) multi-crime hubs. Support continues to be available during the pandemic and LVS are committed to ensuring that help can be accessed by anyone affected by crime in...

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New online support resource for Lancashire victims of crime

New online support resource for Lancashire victims of crime A new online support resource, My Support Space, has launched today for victims of crime in Lancashire. My Support Space is designed to help victims of crime manage the impact...

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Self isolating with an abuser during the Covid-19 Pandemic

This is a challenging time for all of us but if you are in an abusive relationship and find yourself having to isolate or spend much more time with your abuser, please take a look at our guidance to help you stay...

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Support during Covid-19 pandemic

Please be assured that we continue to be here for support if you have experienced any type of crime. You can contact us on 0300 323 0085 or use the live chat on our website at www.lancashirevictimservices.org Whilst we have changed...

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Abuse survivor urges others to seek support

Nicole from Blackburn was 19 when a friend introduced her to a 25 year old man who would soon start to control her life, separate her from her family and subject her to psychological abuse, physical violence and rape. Dee Conlon, Nicole...

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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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