Lincolnshire Victim’s Conference

Free conference to showcase services available to victims of crime in Lincolnshire.

Are you a professional or volunteer working within Lincolnshire’s public or community sector?

Would you know what to do if you were working with a victim of crime and they needed support?

Do you know about the support services that are available in your area?

This conference will focus on the new victims strategy put in place by the Lincolnshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner to support anybody living, working or studying in Lincolnshire who has been affected by crime, whether they have reported it to the police or not. It will showcase the support services available to victims of crime and the work they do.

Why attend?

This conference will help you to:

  • Understand the different support services available to victims of crime in Lincolnshire and the work they do
  • Understand who can get support and how they will benefit from it
  • Know how to signpost or refer people to appropriate support services

There will be lots of practical advice given on the day for you to take away and feedback to colleagues. We will be joined by support services working directly with people affected by crime and survivors that have benefited from using the services themselves.

Who should attend?

You don’t need to be working directly with victims of crime to benefit from attending this conference. If you work with the public, you could come across somebody affected by crime and in need of support through your normal line of work.

This includes those working or volunteering within public and community sector organisations that have a public facing role.

Cost and booking

This is a free event with lunch and refreshments provided.

There is a limit of only two attendees per organisation.

If you have any queries, please contact emma.french@lincs.pnn.police.uk