Victim Support has been doing groundbreaking work for victims and witnesses for over 35 years. Below you'll find links to some of our latest news, both nationally and from our local offices across England and Wales.
Journalists can call our media team on 020 7268 0202 or email them at email@example.com. You can also use the contact box on the left to send them a message.
The Murder Workers: view from the inside
Updated date: 16 May 2013
Follow three Victim Support Homicide Caseworkers as they help families deal with the aftermath of murder in this powerful documentary, The Murder Workers.
07 June 2010
Victim Support is in the process of deploying its new homicide service for bereaved families in Cumbria this week in close liaison with the police and other local agencies. Our staff and volunteers are also providing much needed support to other affected members of the community.
07 June 2010
The independent national charity, Victim Support, is putting extra staff on its Supportline this weekend to help people affected by the Cumbria shootings. The charity also confirmed that staff from its Homicide Service had been deployed and were working closely with police family liaison officers in Cumbria.
27 May 2010
ICM poll results for the national charity Victim Support show that more people think you need to be emotionally stronger to tell the police you’ve been raped than deal with the death of one of your parents.