This section is designed to help you find out more about a particular topic. The links below will help you find lots of information and advice on all sorts of subjects.
Victim Care Merseyside website
If you've been a victim of crime, Victim Care Merseyside is here to help.
Victim Care Merseyside is the Police and Crime Commissioner’s dedicated package of support for all victims of crime living in Merseyside, tailored to your individual needs.
Victim Care Merseyside consists of a hub of trained staff acting as a single point of contact for all victims and survivors, offering access to free, confidential advice and support.
It also includes a range of specialist support services delivered by 10 independent local organisations providing bespoke, dedicated care to the most vulnerable victims of crime.
Finally, the Victim Care Merseyside service includes a website www.victimcaremerseyside.org which provides a wealth of information and advice, as well as a directory of more than 60 organisation offering support to victims across Merseyside.
You can contact Victim Care Merseyside and request support by:
- Calling Freephone 0808 175 3080 on weekdays between 8 am and 6 pm.
- Request support online at any time.
Resources & Campaigns
You can also find information and advice about some of the key topics and subjects you may be interested in below.
While we try and signpost links and resources that we think will be of use to you, we do not have the capacity to vet or quality-check the agencies or resources listed. The listings on these pages have been provided for informational purposes only. Mention of any resources or organisations should not be construed as an endorsement or recommendation.
- Anti-social behaviour and the Community Remedy
- Domestic Abuse
- Get Safe Online
- Hate Crime
- Honour based violence
- Modern Slavery
- Neighbourhood Watch
- Putting the brakes on nuisance bikes
- Restorative Justice
- Taking the right steps: £130m investment plan to transform Merseyside Police's station
- Tackling Violence against Women and Girls (VAWG) strategy