The specialist Surrey Police Victim and Witness Care Unit is funded by our office to help victims of crime cope and, as far as possible, recover from their experience.
Advice and support is offered to every victim of crime in Surrey, for as long as they need it. You can also call or email to request support from the team any time after a crime has occurred.
Depending on your individual needs, the professional team can help identify and signpost services that are best suited to your unique situation, all the way to working alongside Surrey Police to ensure you are kept updated with the progress of a case, are supported through the criminal justice system and afterwards.
The Victim and Witness Care Unit website contains a searchable list of victim support services in Surrey.
The Victim and Witness Care team can be contacted directly on 01483 639949 (8am– 5pm Monday, Wednesday and Thursdays. 8am-7pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays). Always dial 999 in an emergency.
You can also view a full list of victim support services funded by our office here.
Victim and Witness Care Unit
The Victim and Witness Care Unit offers tailored support for every victim of crime in Surrey. You can also use this link to see a list of all support services in Surrey.
Commissioner’s Victims Fund
Your Commissioner funds local services to help victims of crime including specialist support for survivors of rape and sexual assault, domestic abuse and exploitation.
Independent Custody Visitors provide valuable independent oversight of the care that is provided when an individual is detained.
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