Crime is tragic and vulnerable people can be severely affected. You can volunteer for Victim Support. Volunteers do make a huge difference in reducing crime. Each year hundreds of people volunteer to visit crime victims in their own homes.
Victim Support volunteers help people affected by crime. Specialist teams provide individual, independent, emotional and practical help. This enables people to cope and recover from the effects of crime.
Victim Support are a charity, not part of the police, the courts or any other criminal justice agency. The services are free and available to everyone, whether or not the crime has been reported and regardless of when it happened.
Last year Victim Support offered support to 814,000 people. So the charity provides an invaluable service. Volunteers provide emotional and pragmatic support to victims of crime. Volunteers visit victims who have asked for a bit of extra support.
You could be a volunteer on the programme. Victim Support provide full training and support you every step of the way. They also reimburse your expenses too. If you are looking for a career in the police or social care this will provide good experience. Come along to this information session you where will be able to find out what being a Victim Support Volunteer involves and how you become a volunteer. You will meet volunteers and Victim Support Service Delivery Managers who will be able to answer any questions.
If you plan on attending this session, please either call on 01274 532216 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information also do visit our website.
If you are unable to attend this session please call the office on the number above to arrange a one to one information session.
Don’t forget to search and apply for our volunteer roles online if you cant make the session. Our volunteer roles fit busy lives, you can volunteer on an evening or during the day or on a weekend. You really can make a difference.