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Justice Journey

Our Justice Journey material helps victims navigate their way through the justice process by providing information and guidance from the time they become a victim until after the court process has finished.

The journey covers six stages:

  1. A crime is committed
  2. Reporting the crime
  3. Crime investigation
  4. Getting ready for court
  5. Your time at court
  6. After court
For more information, see the Justice Journey page.

Help for victims of sexual assault

If you are a victim of sexual assault there are many services that can provide counselling, support and information. On this site you can find information about:

  • Support and counselling
  • Safety and protection
  • Reporting to police
  • The investigation
  • The court process

For more information, see the Help for victims of sexual assault page.

Restorative Justice

The Restorative Justice Unit works with victims of crime, offenders and the community for reconciliation and healing.

The unit is the primary point of contact at CSNSW for people who are victims of crime. It provides after-sentence statewide services which address unmet needs and legislated rights of victims of crime.

For more information, see the Restorative Justice page.

Victim Registers

Corrective Services NSW maintains a register for victims of adult offenders currently sentenced for the offence of which they were the victim.

For more information, see the Victims Registers page.

Services for victims outside NSW

If you have been a victim of crime outside NSW, you can contact the relevant victim support organisation who will advise you about eligible support.

For a list of relevant organisations, see the Victims support and services outside of NSW page.