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This Queen's Award-winning element involves home visiting to explain the process of going to court, working with the Court Service to organise pre-trial visits to court and post-court and home visits to review the outcome and experience.
Before he retired, Jim was a senior officer with Lincolnshire Police.
I’ve recently become qualified to work with children and young people and I’ve just completed a course on supporting people with autism.
These days, most of my volunteering work lies in specialised cases. I went to see a woman and her son, initially because the boy was being bullied.
This might be arranging a meeting for you to talk to us and receive emotional support in confidence, giving you information on criminal injuries compensation or get advice on how to make your home more secure.
We may provide a specialist trained caseworker or volunteer supporter, or refer you to another support service that can give you specialist support.
We give emotional and practical help to people who have been affected by crime in Lincolnshire.
We can provide immediate support over the telephone when we call you or when you call us.
We’ll assess what your support needs are and ensure that you are given the right support by the right service.
If you’ve been affected by crime, call the Victim Lincs team on 01522 947510.
Victim Lincs is a service put in place by the Police and Crime Commissioner, providing victims of crime with invaluable help, support and guidance.