A core part of the Commissioner’s role is to supporting victims of crime and helping them to recover.
These are just a few of the projects that the Commissioner currently supports to achieve this aim.
A charity to support and develop the delivery of quality youth work that meets the needs of young people. Y Services deliver a range of approaches that support children and young people in their local communities.
Police and Crime Commissioner Michael Lane has launched a dedicated counselling service for victims of child sexual abuse. Evidence shows that more than half of adult survivors of child sexual abuse feel they needed more counselling than was offered to them, and that often waiting lists are too long, counselling is too short, and provision is inadequate. The Frankie Worker service is available to children aged 0-18 years.
Aurora New Dawn are a registered charity giving safety, support, advocacy and empowerment to survivors of domestic abuse, sexual violence and stalking.
SDAS run refuges for women and children escaping domestic abuse and offer outreach services to women, children, young people and men who need advice, support and information. Domestic abuse can happen to anyone but is most often experienced by women.
The Victim Care Service provides support for victims of crime to cope with, and recover from, the harmful effects of the crime they have experienced. The service is funded by the Police and Crime Commissioner and provided by Victim Support.
Age UK offer safe, confidential & impartial support on the Isle of Wight for people experiencing hate crime and/or domestic abuse.
Restorative Justice (RJ) is a victim focused approach that empowers victims and communities.