1. 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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  2. Community Remedy

    Posted on 14 May 2015

    Community Remedy has been introduced as part of the Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act 2014 to give victims of low level crime and anti-social behaviour a greater say in how offenders should be punished.

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  3. Restorative Justice

    Posted on 22 Apr 2015

    As a victim, you may be able to undertake Restorative Justice and have a say in the resolution of the offence against you. Restorative Justice is the process of bringing together victims with those responsible for the harm, to find a positive way forward.

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