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Latest news about Greater Manchester Victims Services

New service gives victims of crime chance to confront offenders

10/06/2019 - A new service that brings victims of crime face-to-face with offenders has launched across Greater Manchester.

Resilience Hub

Support for people affected by New Year’s Eve Manchester attack

If you witnessed or have been affected by the 31 December incident, you can contact Victim Support on 0808 168 9111. All calls to this number are free.

GMCA takes a step forward in challenging male violence against women

14/08/2018- Deputy Mayor Bev Hughes has today (Tuesday, August 14) welcomed and accepted the White Ribbon workplace accreditation on behalf of the Greater Manchester Combined Authority (GMCA).

Apply now for a role in helping make your community safer

13/08/2018- We need two independent people to join a panel that works to help keep communities across Greater Manchester safe.

Deputy Mayor recommits to providing best support possible to victims of crime

08/08/2018- Deputy Mayor for Policing and Crime Beverley Hughes has reiterated her commitment to making sure victims of crime get the best support possible in Greater Manchester.

Greater Manchester shines a light on hidden practice of FGM

24/07/2018- Greater Manchester communities are being urged to stand together to protect girls and young women from the hidden crime of female genital mutilation (FGM).

Young people get comfortable talking about domestic abuse

9/07/2018- Young people are being encouraged to get comfortable talking about domestic abuse as Greater Manchester’s ground-breaking awareness campaign tours schools and youth centres across the city-region.

Deputy Mayor issues rallying call to accelerate the pace of prison reform, putting children at the heart


We need to up the pace of criminal justice reform if we are truly to turn the tide of intergenerational criminality, the Deputy Mayor of Greater Manchester will tell an international conference in Manchester this week.

Warning over deadly super-strength Ecstasy


Super-strength Ecstasy which has caused the deaths of more than 60 people in England and Wales – including people in Greater Manchester – is on sale in the region.

Home Secretary's actions must match words-Deputy Mayor


The Home Secretary’s concerns about the pressures of modern policing will be rejected as crocodile tears unless followed by real action, Greater Manchester’s Deputy Mayor Bev Hughes said.

Deputy Mayor helps to raise the rainbow flag at Greater Manchester Police Headquarters in support of IDAHOBIT


The rainbow flag is flying proudly outside Greater Manchester Police’s Headquarters today in support of International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia (IDAHOBIT).

Statement from Mayor of Greater Manchester following publication of IICSA's Rochdale report

12/04/2018- Following publication of the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse's Rochdale report, Mayor of Greater Manchester Andy Burnham said

Deputy Mayor and Travelsafe Partnership reassure public on safety of transport network

06/04/2018- Mayor for Policing and Crime, Bev Hughes, is working with Greater Manchester Police and the Travelsafe Partnership to reassure the public on the safety of the city-region’s travel network.

Kerslake Review published

27/03/2018-An independent report into the emergency response to the Manchester Arena attack has been published.

Prime Minister urged to tell the truth about policing cuts


Greater Manchester’s Deputy Mayor has called on Theresa May to finally come clean about cuts to police funding after the Prime Minister was called out by the statistics watchdog earlier this week.

Response to HMICFRS Police effectiveness report


Statement in response to HMICFRS Police Effectiveness report

Plan for a safer, stronger Greater Manchester unveiled

The new plan to build a safer and stronger Greater Manchester has been published.

Government takes action to tackle domestic abuse

08/03/2018- The government has launched a consultation on domestic abuse, seeking new laws and stronger powers to protect and support survivors.

Greater Manchester faith and community leaders pledge zero tolerance of FGM

06/02/2018- Greater Manchester’s faith and community leaders have come together to declare zero tolerance of female genital mutilation (FGM).


Feb 2018- Greater Manchester Police have responded to the ongoing investigation into Randox Testing Services Laboratory.

Sign the promise and help end hate crime

05/02/2018- DON'T be a bystander to hatred and prejudice – that’s the call to Greater Manchester people ahead of Hate Crime Awareness Week.

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