NVA Links

NVA has representation/affiliations with these groups
FLACSS (Family Liaison and Co-ordinated Serves) - Quarterly
Parole Board stakeholder (twice yearly)
Victims Service Alliance (Quarterly)
Homicide Action Group (Quarterly)
Ministry of Justice

Below you will find a number of useful links, please feel free to contact NVA if you would like to be added to this list. Contact us
VictimCare





Victimcare is a Community Interest Company aiming to provide facilitation, training and Multi-Agency partnering opportunities to any organisations or individuals seeking to better understand and improve their interests dealing with victims suffering trauma as a result of serious crime.

Murdered Abroad





Murdered Abroad exists specially for people in the UK whose loved ones are the victims of murder or manslaughter abroad. We are a support group for families, partners and friends of the victims of murder and manslaughter abroad. We are also an action group, working for change in the support received in the UK after a murder abroad.

Samm Mersyside





SAMMM was founded in 1994 and is run by and for the people who have been bereaved as a result of a Murder or manslaughter. SAMM is a Registered Charity No. 1111480. As a Registered Charity we have our own Constitution, Code of Confidentiality, Equal Opportunities and Complaints Procedure.




Justice After Acquittal





JAA is a Campaigning Group dedicated to increasing the Legal Rights of, and improving support for Victims' Families which have suffered the double injustice of 'Murder' and 'Acquittal' founded by Carole Longe and Ann Roberts. A Question of Justice After Acquittal...by Ann Oakes-Odger MBE

Northumbria Police





Northumbria Police is one of the largest forces in the country and is recognised as one of the top performing in the UK. Under the leadership of Chief Constable, Sue Sim, Northumbria Police is committed to a philosophy of 'Total Policing', dedicated to reducing crime and disorder and building trust and confidence in its communities.

AngelHands







angelhands Inc is a charitable organisation that provides support, assistance and information to people affected by the death of a loved one through homicide or those who have experienced serious personal violence.




Megan's Law






Megan's Law - Since 2004, the public has been able to view information on sex offenders required to register with local law enforcement under California's Megan's Law. The law was given final passage by the Legislature on August 24, 2004 and signed by the Governor on September 24, 2004. 

Metropolitan Police






The Metropolitan Police Service is famed around the world and has a unique place in the history of policing. It is by far the largest of the police services that operate in greater London (the others include the City of London Police and the British Transport Police). The Royal Parks Constabulary have now become part of the Metropolitan Police Service.

Citizens agains homicide






CAH was founded in 1994. The majority of our Board Members have lost a family member to murder. We are surviving the devastating loss of a loved one and continue to suffer the emotional trauma of coping with the criminal justice system. We have joined together to create a body of support and a voice for the survivors and friends of murder victims.




National Probation Service




National Probation services are provided by 35 Probation Trusts across England and Wales. Trusts receive funding from the National Offender Management Service (NOMS) to which they are accountable for their performance and delivery. Probation trusts are responsible for overseeing offenders released from prison on licence and those on community sentences made by judges and magistrates in the courts.

Parole Board




The Parole Board - Working with others to protect the public.

Knife Crimes




KnifeCrimes.Org is an Online Knife, Gun & Gang related information Resource...Violence Reduction, fewer Victims by Changing Attitudes. We are a National Registered Charity No. 1126563 providing help and support to families and friends affected by Serious Violent Crime or Bereaved as a result of Murder or Manslaughter...




Home Office





The Home Office is headed by the Home Secretary and five other ministers. In this section you can find out how our organisation is structured and read biographies of our ministers.

MAMAA





MAMAA - To Provide An All Inclusive Practical/Emotional Support & Advocacy Service to Those Affected by Serious Violent Crime & Homicide. Established in 1993, MAMAA is a national, registered charity. The level of practical and emotional support provided by MAMAA differs from the support available from other agencies, as our service is beneficiary led.

AAFDA





AAFDA - Helping families after fatal domestic abuse.... through listening, informing, guiding, advocating and enabling.  Specialising in Domestic Homicide Reviews.




Little Haven Hotel





The Little Haven - Uniquely situated in South Shields at the gateway of the River Tyne, The Little Haven Hotel boasts extensive views of the busy Tyne and Little Haven beach, yet is within a 20 minute drive of Newcastle's city centre and is only 35 minutes away from Newcastle Airport. 

Ministry of Justice





Victims and Witnesses