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Victim Support

Posted on 3rd January, 2017

Victim Support are seeking volunteers for 2017!

 

If one of your New Year resolutions is to become more active in the local community in 2017, Kent Police Neighbourhood Watch team are seeking volunteers for their Victim Support unit.

 

It does just what the name suggests - they offer emotional and practical support to victims of crime. They are dependent on volunteers - without volunteers they couldn't do all the positive work for those unfortunate enough to have suffered a crime.

 

Victim Support offers emotional support and practical advice to victims of crime. As a volunteer you will receive training to support them from the outset until they can move forward on their own. If you can spare one or two hours a week of your time to help, you will be providing a valuable service to your community.

 

You won't need qualifications or any previous experience of this kind of work to volunteer. All you need is the willingness to help and a little time. Age matters, so you will need to be 18+ in order to take on certain roles.

 

If you wish to volunteer, City and Guilds accredited training is given over four days at various dates in the year and you will need to complete a Disclosure and Barring Service check. Any travel expenses incurred when working for them are reimbursed. For more information please follow the link below.

 

https://www.victimsupport.org.uk/get-involved/volunteer/how-apply/register-your-interest-volunteering

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