Further guides, links and advice on a range of connected issues.
- Support services for victims
If you've been a victim of crime and need support, visit our supporting victims pages. Pages in this section detail the help available from Victim Support, the services commissioned by the Mayor in your area, and/or the Ministry of Justice.
- Support for victims of stalking
Victim Support also offer a specialist service to support victims of domestic stalking, where the stalker is someone you know.
- Support after sexual assault or rape
In West Yorkshire, the Hazlehurst Centre offers free, confidential healthcare and support to anyone that has experienced sexual assault or rape in their lifetime.
- Clare's Law
Police forces are allowed to disclose information to a potential victim and have a duty to protect members of the public from domestic abuse under the Domestic Violence Disclosure Scheme - also known as "Clare’s Law"
- Sarah's Law
The Child Sex Offender Disclosure Scheme, sometimes called ‘Sarah’s Law’, allows parents, carers or guardians to formally ask the police for information about a person who has contact with their child, or a child close to them, if they’re concerned the person may pose a risk.
- NSPCC - Healthy Relationships
Advice for parents and carers on how to talk to their child about relationships, sex and consent.
- A Guide to Consent
Consent happens when all people involved in any kind of sexual activity agree to take part by choice. They also need to have the freedom and capacity to make that choice.
- Andy's Man Club
A men’s suicide prevention charity, offering free-to-attend peer-to-peer support groups across the United Kingdom and online. We want to end the stigma surrounding men’s mental health and help men through the power of conversation.
- White Ribbon UK
All men can make a difference and stop violence against women before it starts.
When you're living with a mental health problem, or supporting someone who is, having access to the right information is vital.
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