Victim Support Drop-ins
  • Room 011, Roland Levinsky Building

  • Room 011, Roland Levinsky Building

  • Room 011, Roland Levinsky Building

  • Room 011, Roland Levinsky Building

  • Room 011, Roland Levinsky Building

  • Room 011, Roland Levinsky Building

  • Room 011, Roland Levinsky Building

  • Room 011, Roland Levinsky Building

  • Room 011, Roland Levinsky Building

  • Room 011, Roland Levinsky Building

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Are you worried about someone’s safety? Have you witnessed or experienced a crime?

  • Come and speak to us.
  • You don’t have to have reported the crime.

The Student Victim Support drop-in service is running again for its second year. The free service is run by students, for students, as a confidential service that is independent from the police. Those who volunteer have been fully trained and accredited by Victim Support Devon and Cornwall to offer emotional and practical support to students who have been a victim and/or witness to crime. The students running the service are all based in Criminology and Criminal Justice.

The service is available for those aged 18 and over.

Call 0300 303 0554 or drop in and visit us on a Wednesday afternoon during the semester.

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