Victims Access Line
1800 633 063
referral and information
Aboriginal Contact Line
1800 019 123
Confidential enquiry line for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who are victims of crime
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We are part of the NSW Department of Justice. We provide support and information for victims of crime.
You can use our website to find out how to access counselling and financial assistance and your rights as a victim.
NSW Attorney General Brad Hazzard has launched an innovative new mobile app to help victims of crime and their families navigate the justice system.
The Justice Journey app has been designed to reduce the stress often experienced by victims involved in the criminal justice system, and provides information and guidance for victims from the time they become a victim until after the court process has finished.
||The Justice Journey app can now be downloaded free from the App Store and the Google Play Store.|
Seeking your views: Do you use Social Media to find out what support is available for victims? Quick 6-question anonymous online survey.
Innovative new mobile app to help victims of crime and their families navigate the justice system is launched. Read more.
New guidelines in relation to remote witness facilities have recently been finalised and released.The new guidelines can be found in our section for service providers.
- On 16 August 2013 the Victims Rights & Support Amendment Regulations 2013 came into effect. The Regulation sets out that appeals lodged under the old victims compensation scheme are to be dealt with under the provisions of the repealed Victims Support and Rehabilitation Act 1996
Counselling to help you recover from crime.
The new victims support scheme provides assistance to victims at the time they need it most.
The Charter of Victims Rights protects victims. Find out about your rights.
We can help you navigate through the justice process. If you are going to court, our video may help you.
Look here for definition of words and phrases you may hear in your justice journey.
The media plays a crucial role in ensuring the voices of victims are heard.
Games and activities to help children who are going to Court
An Online database of significant victim research