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National services supporting victims across the UK

Action Fraud

Action Fraud is national fraud and cyber-crime reporting centre. On their website you can report different types of cyber-crimes via an online reporting tool. They also provide preventative information and advice if you have been victim.


Galop provide specialist emotional and practical support for LGBT+ individuals experiencing domestic abuse.
Phone: 0800 999 5428


Mankind is a confidential helpline providing advice and support to all men in the UK experiencing domestic violence and abuse from a partner or ex-partner (including same-sex partners).
Phone: 01823 334244

The National Stalking Helpline can help if you are worried that you may be being stalked or are being continually harassed (this may be the case if your intimate content is being continually re-circulated or re-posted online).
Phone: 0808 802 0300

You can find more information and advice about stalking and harassment from the The Suzy Lamplugh Trust here.


The following services are specific to victims living in England 

Rights of Women

Rights of Women provide legal advice and information on a wide range of legal issues including domestic violence, child contact, sexual violence and the criminal justice process and immigration and asylum as well as other legal issues arising from relationship breakdown.

National Family Law Helpline
Phone: 020 7251 6577
Opening hours: Tuesday – Thursday 7pm – 9pm, Friday 12pm-2pm

London Family Law Helpline
Phone: 020 7608 1137
Opening hours: Monday 11am – 1pm, Tuesday 2pm-4pm, Wednesday & Thursdays 10am-12pm, 2pm-4pm

Criminal Law Advice Line
Phone: 020 7251 8887
Opening hours: Tuesday 7pm-9pm

Sexual Harassment at Work Advice Line
Phone: 020 7251 8887
Opening hours: Monday 6pm – 8pm, Tuesday 5pm-9pm

Queen Mary University of London Legal Advice Centre

The SPITE project (Sharing and Publishing Images to Embarrass) is run by the Queen Mary University of London's Legal Advice Centre and provides free and specialist legal advice to victims of intimate image abuse.
Phone: 020 7882 3931

Paladin is a trauma-informed service supporting high-risk victims of stalking in England and Wales via team of Independent Stalking Advocacy Caseworkers (ISACs).
Phone: 020 3866 4107


The following services are specific to victims living in Scotland

Scottish Women's Right Centre

The Scottish Women's Rights Centre is a unique collaborative project that provides free legal information, advice and representation to women affected by violence and abuse.

Find their Helpline information here.

Scottish Women's Aid

Scottish Women's Aid can help if you feel scared of your partner or if you are worried about someone you know, get in touch with Scotland’s 24-hour Domestic Abuse and Forced Marriage Helpline.
Phone: 0800 027 1234

Rape Crisis Scotland 

Rape Crisis Scotland operate 17 independent local centres across Scotland and also run the national Helpline. The Helpline provides support and information for anyone affected by sexual violence.

Open daily from 6 pm-midnight, 365 days a year.
Phone: 08088 010302

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