Becoming the victim of a crime can be a very unsettling and difficult time, but you don't need to manage alone. If you or someone you are close to has suffered through crime, there are a number of dedicated services that you can turn to for support and guidance.
To find out more about each service, click on their logo and you will be redirected to their website.
JAAR (Jersey Action Against Rape)
JAAR provides a support framework for victims of rape and sexual abuse, and their families, that includes a helpline, on site counselling and access to highly qualified and specially trained counsellors and psychotherapists.
Jersey Domestic Abuse Support
Jersey Domestic Abuse Support (JDAS) is an independent service developed to protect and support victims of domestic and sexual abuse. Our qualified Independent Domestic Violence Advisors (IDVAs) provide support and advice to develop long-term safety solutions for men, women and their families.
Victim Support gives free and confidential help to victims, witnesses, their families and others affected by crime. They provide emotional support, practical help and information. Their service is available regardless of when the crime happened or whether it has been reported to the police or not.
Victims First Jersey
States of Jersey Police
The Police are available to assist with a range of emergencies as well as to provide advice, guidance and assistance on personal safety, looking after your property, road safety, internet safety and much, much more. Their website has a link to some very useful resources that you can download and read to help you avoid becoming the victim of a crime.
If you need to contact the Police in an emergency, call 999 or 112. For general enquiries and non-emergency situations, or to report a concern contact them on 612612.