How to apply
Apply to be a volunteer and make a difference to victims and witnesses of crime
If you'd like to volunteer for Victim Support or the Witness Service then the first step is to download and fill in these forms:
Application form (679 KB)
Application form - Welsh(221 KB)
Equal opportunities monitoring form(655 KB)
Equal opportunities monitoring form - Welsh(165 KB)
You can also find the job description for the volunteer positions in our volunteering booklet(520 KB)
The volunteering booklet is also available in Welsh(586 KB)
Note: You'll need Adobe Acrobat Reader (or another PDF viewer) to view or edit these files.
You can either fill in the forms onscreen and email them to us, or you can print them out and send them by post. To help us process your application more quickly, please send your completed forms to the correct office for the area you'd like to volunteer in.
Find the email address for your local office
Find the postal address for your local office
If you submit your application by email, we'll ask you to sign your form when you come to the office for the first time as you can't sign the form electronically.
The 'small print'
As part of your application to volunteer for Victim Support, we have to do a check with the Disclosure and Barring Service. This is for the protection of the victims and witnesses we help. But having a criminal record does not automatically disqualify someone from volunteering for our charity.
All the documents you need are listed below to download including more information on volunteering. The volunteering booklet includes standard job descriptions for each type of volunteering role.
If you have any general questions about volunteering with us you can call our volunteerline on 0800 840 4207 or email your local office.