Support for those who have been victims of crime
The Center for Victims of Crime and Mediation provides talk therapy and crisis management to those who have been the victim of crime, witnessed a crime, or are close to someone who has been the victim of a crime. You are welcome to us whether you have made a police report or not. You can be anonymous.
- support for people who have been subjected to crime by a relative or unknown person
- support for witnesses and relatives
- urgent crisis management and processing in form of shorter phone calls contacts
- conversations about risk and protection
- information and support during the legal process
- guidance and help with contact with other authorities linked to your vulnerability to crime
- advice and support regarding what it means to make a police report.
Everyone reacts different
When you have been a victim of crime, it is common to have problems with sleep, reduced appetite, or to experience a feeling of insecurity and fear, for example. All people react in different ways and all reactions are normal. We are here to help you regardless of how you react.
Center for victims of crime and mediation
Phone: 040-34 92 92
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday between. 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM, Tuesday 09:00 AM – 6:00 PM.
Closed for lunch every day at. 12:00 AM – 1:00 PM. Other times, contact social services at 040–34 56 78. In life-threatening situation contact the police.