What to do if you experience crime
If you've experienced a crime, it's really important that you report it.
We know that sometimes it's not easy to come forward
but we also know that if no-one reports a crime, it's as if it never happened and the criminal is free to commit more crime. It's also important to report a crime for your own purposes so you can be given a crime number which you'll need in the event of an insurance claim. For example - if your mobile phone gets stolen.
If you witness a crime -please talk to someone you trust about it. Your information may be the vital piece of evidence that is needed. Contact the police / report it through crimestoppers or hit the talk to sharp button
Do you need someone to talk to?
Visit Victim Support's website for young people affected by crime