We provide support services, including free counselling and financial assistance to victims of crime. Victims have rights which are set out in the Charter of Victims Rights, which includes the right to be treated with courtesy, compassion and respect. In this section, find out about support services for children, victims of sexual assault and other crimes, and families and friends of missing persons. You can also find out more about victims rights and how to get support throughout the justice system.
- NSW Police, in conjunction with Crime Stoppers NSW, has launched a 'No Innocent Bystanders' video campaign calling on the community to report domestic violence.
On 1 November 2017 Safer Pathway won the Premiers Award in the Reducing DV Reoffending Category. Safer Pathway is a partnership between Victims Services, Legal Aid, Women NSW and the NSW Police to support domestic violence victims and reduce the incidence of domestic violence.
Data profiles available now for Restitution & Revenue; Victims Reassessment Scheme and Applications for Support for Victims.
The aim of
NSW Domestic and Family Violence Blueprint for Reform 2016-2021 is to create safer lives for women, men and children. Here is the
Annual Report Card for Year one.
Child Sexual Offence Evidence Pilot, administered by Victims Services, has undergone an independent process evaluation; read the