Our service, Hertfordshire Beacon Victim Care, exists to provide passionate and caring support that is available to all victims of crime, regardless of grounds of sex, race, gender, religion, marital status, sexual orientation, responsibilities for dependents, age, disability, or offending background.
We strive to promote equality for all, both throughout the criminal justice process and the support we personally provide to victims of Hertfordshire, giving everyone the best chance of recovery possible.
We do not stand for any kind of discrimination or unfair treatment of both staff and our service users and are wholeheartedly committed to providing a respectful, accessible service that tailors the support we provide to meet every individual’s needs.
We welcome any feedback or ideas that would improve our service for all victims of crime.
If you would like further information about hate crime, please see our resources page or make contact with us.”
If you have reported the crime to the Police, you will automatically be contacted by the Victim Service Team who will advise you of:
When and how Beacon will contact you
You should be updated within ׅ5 working days if a suspect is:
You will be asked how you would like to be notified of progress with your crime and how often you would like to be updated.
If you have not reported the crime to police: