VICTIM SUPPORT & RESORATIVE JUSTICE

Have you been affected by a crime committed by a child or young person in Ealing?

Every victim of a crime committed by an Ealing resident under the age of 18, will be contacted by the police team attached to Ealing Youth Justice Service (YJS). You will be contacted by telephone call or letter to invite you to be involved where appropriate.

Once the police team has your permission, your contact details will be shared with a victim’s worker within the Ealing YJS. The victim’s worker will follow up with a telephone call at a time convenient for you and provide you with updates on the case and obtain your views about the offence. The victim’s worker may also ask about your participation in restorative justice which can be in the form of face-to-face meetings or indirect contact such as a letter of apology.

The victim workers are always available for help and advice, however if more specialist support is required then victims will be supported to find suitable organisations.

If you have been a victim of an offence and would like to benefit from this service, please click on the website below that is monitored by the police

VICTIM SUPPORT

If you need more information please
Tel : 02088256062 and ask to speak to a member of the police team or the victim worker or email moxamm@ealing.gov.uk

VICTIM SUPPORT & Restorative justice

Have you been affected by a crime committed by a child or young person in Ealing?

Every victim of a crime committed by an Ealing resident under the age of 18, will be contacted by the police team attached to Ealing Youth Justice Service (YJS). You will be contacted by telephone call or letter to invite you to be involved where appropriate.

Once the police team has your permission, your contact details will be shared with a victim’s worker within the Ealing YJS. The victim’s worker will follow up with a telephone call at a time convenient for you and provide you with updates on the case and obtain your views about the offence. The victim’s worker may also ask about your participation in restorative justice which can be in the form of face-to-face meetings or indirect contact such as a letter of apology.

The victim workers are always available for help and advice, however if more specialist support is required then victims will be supported to find suitable organisations.

If you have been a victim of an offence and would like to benefit from this service, please click on the website below that is monitored by the police

If you need more information please
Tel : 02088256062 and ask to speak to a member of the police team or the victim worker or email moxamm@ealing.gov.uk

VICTIM SUPPORT & Restorative justice

Have you been affected by a crime committed by a child or young person in Ealing?

Every victim of a child (age 10-17) in Ealing will be contacted by the police team attached to the Youth Justice Service (YJS). This will be by phone call or letter. This call or letter invites the victim to be involved where appropriate.

If you want to be further involved your contact details will be passed on to a trained victim worker in the Youth Justice Service.

The victim worker will follow up by telephone contact, meetings and/or home visits when required or requested. They will provide updates on the case and obtain your views about the offence and the harm done to you. They may also ask how the harm can be put right, and if possible deliver this through letters of apology, indirect contact or face-to-face meetings.

The Victim Officer is always available for help and advice. If more specialist support or advice is needed victims are informed of other help they can access, such as victim support.

If you need more information please
Tel : 02088256062 and ask to speak to a member of the police team or the victim worker or email moxamm@ealing.gov.uk

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