Find out what emotional support and practical information is available after you report a crime.
If you choose not to report a crime to the police, or you haven't decided yet, you can still get help and support.
How to check if your partner (or the partner of someone you're worried about) has a history of domestic abuse.
Support and advice for survivors of childhood and historical abuse.
Find out what support is available if you're affected by crime in another country.
Information for victims and witnesses of crime on dealing with the media and how to stop unwanted attention.
Get help if you're experiencing or have experienced domestic abuse.
Support for families and friends who've been bereaved as a result of a murder or culpable homicide.
Female Genital Mutilation, known as FGM, is an illegal procedure where the external female genitalia are deliberately cut, injured or changed.
What to do if you're trying to stop a forced marriage in Scotland or overseas, or if you need help leaving a marriage you've been forced into.
Crimes committed against someone because of their disability, gender-identity, race, religion or belief, or sexual orientation.
Information and support on dealing with an overseas crisis, such as a natural disaster or a terrorist attack.
Help and advice if you or someone else is affected by human trafficking.
If you've been raped or sexually assaulted, the police and support organisations are there to help.
Information and advice for people bereaved or seriously injured in a road crash.
Find out how to report stalking and what support is available to you.
Advice and help if you’re a young person affected by crime, or their parent or guardian.
You can tell the police if someone puts an image of you online that makes you upset or scared.
What to do and how to get support if you’re being harassed because you’ve reported a crime.
How to report a crime committed by a person under the age of 16, and what support is available.