Help for you

If you or someone you know is at immediate risk or feel that you are danger, please call 999. If it is not an emergency but you need help from the police, please call 101.

The Commission is prohibited from advocating on behalf of individual cases however we would like to hear from all victims and survivors who would like to share their experience and feedback with us. Victims are invited to share feedback via our ‘Have your say’ page as well as being invited to complete our Victim Survey. The Commission can also provide information about how to make a complaint about the criminal justice system (How to complain).

There are many organisations that provide support to victims of crime (Useful Organisations) and lots of information can be found on the organisations websites.

The following websites provide some useful information for victims of crime.

PSNI - Fine out how to report a crime online or learn more about the Domestic Violence and Abuse Disclosure Scheme if you are concerned about your (or a loved ones) partner has a history of violence or abusive offending.

PPSNI - Find out information about the role of the Victim and Witness Care Unit, get legal terms explained and read up on the PPS Victim and Witness Policy and Prosecution Process. Check out the video explaining the role of the PPS and what you can expect as the case moves through the criminal justice system.

NSPCC - Check out the video explaining how the Young Witness Service supports children under 18-years old who have to attend court.

Victim Support NI - Check out the interactive 360 degree Interactive Courtrooms to see the inside of your local court building or their ‘Coming to Court’ publication if you have been asked to attend court.