Safe in Tees Valley News

Launch of New Service to Support Victims of Crime

Posted : 18/03/2016

A new referral service which will provide support to victims of crime across Cleveland and Durham will launch on Friday 1st April.

Safe in Tees Valley were appointed to deliver the new Victim Care and Advice Service (VCAS) after a competitive tendering process held by Cleveland Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC), Barry Coppinger, and Durham Police and Crime Commissioner, Ron Hogg.

VCAS will provide a free, independent and confidential service to help victims cope with the immediate impact of crime and subsequently make a full recovery. The service can be accessed at any point in the journey to recovery. For many this will be in the immediate aftermath of the crime being committed but for some the full impact may not be evident until later.

If you would like advice or support please contact the Victim Care and Advice Service on:

Freephone: 03030401099, or
Email:, or
Visit the website:


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