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Crime, the law and victims of crime

If you have directly or indirectly been a victim of crime there are many ways which this may affect you.  For some people certain emotions such as anger or fear are common, with others they may not feel this way, or may not feel anything at all.  Occasionally people feel quite normal for a while and then things may start to fall apart. Everyone is individual in how they respond - the crucial thing is to be aware that you've had a traumatic experience and any changes to how you feel could be related to this.

On this page you will find some useful information about crime, including details of services available, related guidance pages and quick links to helpful websites.

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