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Greater Manchester Crime Support Line 

The Greater Manchester Crime Support Line, which was launched to offer support to victims of crime concerned about how their crime has been dealt with by police, has closed. 

Happy Bonfire Night. Stay safe and follow the Firework Safety Code.

Help and support is still available this Autumn

This year festivities across Greater Manchester will look very different as a result of COVID-19 restrictions.

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COVID-19 help and support

09/04/2020 - We know that now is a difficult and worrying time for everyone, but we want to reassure victims and witnesses of crime that support services, police, and other agencies are still here if you need help.

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Deputy Mayor responds to sentencing of Reynhard Sinaga

06/01/2020 - Sinaga has today been convicted at Manchester Crown Court of 159 sex offences.

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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.

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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).

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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).

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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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