Victims Services

Victims Access Line 1800 633 063, Aboriginal Contact Line 1800 019 123 (Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm)

Victims support and services outside of NSW

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

Australian Capital Territory

Victims Support ACT

Phone

1800 8222 72 or (02) 6205 2066

Email

victimsupport@act.gov.au

Website

www.victimsupport.act.gov.au/

Northern Territory

Crime Victims Services Unit

Phone 

1800 460 363 or (08) 8924 4080

Email 

cvsu.doj@nt.gov.au

Website 

justice.nt.gov.au/justice-services/crime-victims-services-unit

Queensland

Victims Assist Queensland

Phone

1300 546 587

Email

VictimAssist@justice.qld.gov.au

Website

www.qld.gov.au/victims

South Australia

Commissioner for Victims’ Rights

Phone

(08) 8204 9635

Email

victimsofcrime@sa.gov.au

Website

www.voc.sa.gov.au/

Tasmania

Victims Support Services Tasmania

Phone

1300 663 773 or (03) 6165 7524

Email

victims@justice.tas.gov.au

Website

www.justice.tas.gov.au/victims

Victoria

Victims of Crime Victoria

Phone 

1800 819 817

Email 

vsa@justice.vic.gov.au

Website

www.victimsofcrime.vic.gov.au/

Western Australia

Victims of Crime Western Australia

Phone

1800 818 988 or (08) 9264 1600 or (08) 9425 2850

Email 

cvoc@justice.wa.gov.au

Website 

www.victimsofcrime.wa.gov.au/

Last updated:

17 Aug 2021

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