Victim Support Devon helps Devon residents cope with the effects of crime. We do this by providing confidential support and information to victims of crime and to witnesses attending local courts.

Our services are free, independent of the police and courts, and available to everyone, whether or not the crime has been reported and regardless of when it happened.

If you would like to use our services, please contact us - details of our offices and branches are available on our website.

If you prefer, you can contact Victim Support's national telephone supportline - Victim Supportline - on 0845 30 30 900.

IT volunteer - we are currently looking for someone, or more than one person, to start as soon as possible to replace our existing IT volunteer. You will look after all our Witness Service offices and our area/community office, all located in the Devon area. For further information, please contact Theo Thomas on 01626 356695/theo.thomas@victimsupportdevon.org.uk.

Help for victims

Our trained local volunteers offer:

You can contact us directly for help, and if you report a crime to the police they will also offer to put you in contact with us.

Help for witnesses

Our Witness Service offers information and support to witnesses, victims, their families and friends in every criminal court in Devon. Our trained staff and volunteers offer: