Information about some of the services available to victims of crime can be obtained by visiting the links below.
Advic (Advocates for Victims of Homicide): Support service for people bereaved by homicide
Amen: Support serice for male victims of domestic abuse and their children
Children At Risk in Ireland (CARI): Charity offering professional therapy and counselling services to those affected by child sexual abuse.
Citizens Information Website: Database of Irish Public Service Information
The Citizens Information Board: National agency responsible for supporting the provision of information, advice and advocacy to the public on the broad range of social and civil services.
Court Support Services: Court Support Services are a group of Volunteers trained to support people who have been victim of crime through the procedures of the court. Tel: 01-8726785; e-mail: email@example.com
Crime Victims Helpline: Resource and advocacy service for victims of crime.
Department of Justice, Equality and Law Reform: Criminal Injuries Compensation Scheme.
Department of Justice, Equality and Law Reform: Support for victims of crime.
Dublin Rape Crisis Centre: Support service for women and men who have experienced rape, sexual assault and sexual abuse.
Federation for Victim Assistance: Offers emotional and practical support to all victims of crime.
Galway Rape Crisis Centre: Support service for women and men who have experienced rape, sexual assault and sexual abuse.
Garda Síochána: Garda support for victims of crime.
Irish Tourist Assistance Service: Nationwide service offering support and assistance to tourists who were victimised while visiting Ireland.
Missing in Ireland Support Service (MISS): Support service to those affected by missing person cases.
National Network of Women's Refuges and Support Services: Provides assistance and representation to women's refuges and support services.
One in Four: Charity offering support for victims of rape, sexual assault and/ or sexual violence and their families.
Rape Crisis Network Ireland: Political and campaigning organisation committed to the elimination of all forms of sexual violence.
Senior Helpline: Provides a confidential listening service for older people, by older people.
Sexual Violence Centre, Cork: Support Service for women and men who have experienced rape, sexual assault and sexual abuse.
Support After Homicide (SAH): Service which provides emotional and practical support for those bereaved by homicide.
Victims of Crime: UCC Law Faculty website on victims of crime.
Victim Support: Support service for victims of crime in England, Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland.
Women's Aid: Support service for women and children who are being physically, emotionally and sexually abused in their own homes.
Please note that these links are intended as assistance only and the National Crime Council does not accept responsibility or endorse any of the websites listed nor the information that is contained within them.