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Victim Support Scotland

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About Victim Support Scotland 

Victim Support Scotland  is a national charity, supported by regional infrastructure, designed to deliver trauma-informed, individualised, and local support for people affected by crime.

  • Highlands and Islands Locality
  • West of Scotland Locality
  • Glasgow Locality
  • Southwest Scotland Locality 
  • Northeast Scotland Locality
  • Central Scotland and Fife Locality
  • Edinburgh, Lothian, and Borders Locality
  • National Support Centre 
  • Supporting Families Bereaved by Crime Service
Victim Support Scotland

Supporting Victims 

VSS are unique in that they are available to all victims after crime; regardless of the crime type, if it has been reported to the police or not, and no matter how long since it took place. VSS firmly leads the way in providing trauma-informed emotional, practical, and financial support for anyone – victims, witnesses, and their families - affected by crime in Scotland.

VSS works alongside their partners to listen to and learn from the views and experiences of victims and witnesses. Their strength is their ability to take these views and experiences and to positively influence national policy decision making, advocating for a better justice system.

Through the support they offer, victims of crime have improved health and wellbeing, feel safer, feel informed and the economic impact of crime is reduced.

Victim Support Scotland

Their Vision 

Join Their Team

Their work is all about putting victims and witnesses first, and they're looking for talented people who can rise to the challenge and help them fulfil their mission.

Join the team at Victim Support Scotland (VSS) at an exciting time for the organisation.

You could being play a role in supporting the growth and expansion of their services, using some of the innovations and learnings they have seen during the pandemic.

VSS is in the 4th year of a 5 year strategy: VSS Strategy 2021-2026: Empowering people affected by crime, allowing them to transform and adapt as an organisation in response to the needs of people impacted by crime.

Victim Support Scotland