Highlighting and supporting a diverse range of campaigns for justice.
Action Against Stalking
Championing the rights of stalking victims. Includes details of year-round events highlighting this issue.
A charity and a social enterprise focused on training and employment of ex offenders.
Centre For Crime and Justice Studies -
Independent charity at King's College London that informs and educates about all aspects of crime and the criminal justice system; includes news, projects and resources.
Claudia Lawrence, Missing Person
Dedicated to finding a chef who went missing from her home in York sometime after March 18th 2009; includes resources, contacts, and news items.
Crime in England and Wales
Crime against households and adults, also including data on crime experienced by children, and crimes against businesses and society.
Crimestoppers - Most Wanted
Offers images and descriptions, local crime search and online protection centre, manhunt pages and success stories.
Dawes Centre for Future Crime
The Dawes Centre identifies emerging crime threats and works to deliver pre-emptive interventions for the benefit of society.
Offering advice and guidance to those who are victims of cyberstalking or digital stalking.
Official website covering the search for Madeleine McCann, who went missing at the age of three in 2007, while on holiday with her parents in Portugal.
UK registered charity delivering creative programmes to offenders and those at-risk of crime, violence and victimisation plus mentoring and through-the-gate resettlement support along with targeted youth programmes.
Comprehensive resource on knife crime in the UK. Contains information for victims and their families as well as research, information for professionals and details of local initiatives.
MAMAA - Mothers Against Murder and Aggression
Provides practical and emotional support advocacy for those affected by serious violent crime and homicide; with details of their services, pevention programme, training, contacts, and useful links.
National Rural Crime Network
Champions a better understanding of crime in rural areas, and new, effective ways to help to keep rural communities safer.
National Stalking Helpline
Provides details of this national helpline, which offers advice and guidance to those affected by or worried by stalking.
Neighbours From Hell in Britain (NFHiB)
Provides an extensive library of resources for householders experiencing difficult neighbours, including relevant legislation, advice and guidance, templates, and a forum.
Protection Against Stalking
Works to increase awareness of stalking and harassment, and to support victims. Includes advice and resources, case studies, how to help, and contacts.
Scared of Someone?
Charity-run site telling personal stories of different types of stalking, and offering advice on staying safe.
Scottish Community Safety Networks (SCSN)
A national forum for officers responsible for the strategic development of community safety at both local and national level; includes a library of resources, details of events and training, and contacts.
St Giles Trust
Aims is to reduce crime and social exclusion by providing prisoners with peer-led services. Provides a history and annual report, with details of activities and news.
A charity that makes grants to help groups and communities reduce crime. Operating Within East Yorkshire, Lincolnshire and Humberside.
True Crime Museum
Provides information on this museum, which holds artefacts and exhibitions relating to crime in the UK. Located in Hastings.
A Scottish project for young offenders, providing intensive residential, outdoor activity courses, employability training, and support in Wester Ross. Describes their programme for participants and potential referrers, with contact details.