1. Victims’ Voice Survey 2017

    Posted on 04 Apr 2017

    Have you been a victim of crime in the last 12 months? Do you want to share your views on your experiences of victim services and the justice system? If so then Police & Crime Commissioner David Keane is urging you to join the conversation as part of Victims Voice 2017.

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  2. Cheshire CARES

    Posted on 12 Apr 2016

    Cheshire CARES (Cope and Recovery Enhanced Service) is the Commissioner’s dedicated service providing support to all victims of crime in Cheshire based on the individuals’ needs.

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  3. Modern Slavery

    Posted on 18 Feb 2016

    Slavery is not an issue confined to history or an issue that only exists in certain countries - it is something that is still happening today. It is a global problem and the UK is no exception.

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  4. Advice and Support for Witnesses

    Posted on 12 Feb 2016

    Before the courts can find someone guilty or not guilty of a crime, they need to hear and consider the evidence provided by witnesses. If you are asked to be a witness in a trial or a hearing in court, you play a vital part indelivering justice. By making a solemn promise to tell the truth and by giving your evidence in court, you make it possible for the magistrates (or the judge and jury if you are called to be a witness in the Crown Court) to understand what really happened.

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  5. Bullying: how to stop it

    Posted on 12 Feb 2016

    If you're being bullied, you may feel isolated or frightened. You may find it hard to make friends or talk to people your age. But you don't have to put up with bullying. Sometimes people think talking to a teacher or parent will make things worse. If you're worried about this, call ChildLine in confidence on 0800 1111, explain the situation and ask for advice. ChildLine advisers will help any child or young person whatever the problem, and they won't judge you.

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