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Victims of violent crime can suffer long-lasting consequences, with profound effects on their day-to-day lives. Whether the injuries sustained are physical or mental, there can be a major impact on your employment, your personal relationships, and your financial situation. For this reason, it’s important that victims of violent crime seek all the support to which...
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If you have been a victim of violent crime, you may have found it difficult to move on with your life. Perhaps you are still struggling with the repercussions of your injuries, or with the emotional impact of the event. You may even be finding it hard to carry on with your day-to-day life as...
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The prospect of a police interview can be extremely worrying – all the more so if you don’t know what to expect. A basic understanding of what happens at a police interview can help you stay calm and avoid unnecessary distress if you are expected to attend one. However, it’s also important to recognise that...
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Data breaches are now a near-constant feature of the news cycle. At the end of July, for instance, Amazon made headlines after being issued an astonishing £636m fine for allegedly breaching EU data protection laws – a charge that Amazon vehemently denies. Just one week earlier, Saudi Aramco, the world’s most valuable oil producer, confirmed...
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Victims of violent crime can experience serious and long-lasting consequences. Aside from the physical and mental injuries resulting from the incident, violent crime can also have an impact on your career and your personal relationships. For this reason, victims require extensive support to help them recover and to move on with their lives. This is...
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Do you have to attend a voluntary police interview
If you have been asked to attend a voluntary police interview, you may understandably feel anxious and worried. You may be concerned about where it will lead, and if you are facing criminal charges. Though you may have some idea of what they want to speak with you about, on the other hand, you may...
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Many retailers offer reward schemes to their customers, allowing frequent purchasers to claim discounts and other benefits. This is obviously great for you as a customer, but it doesn’t come without certain risks. In order to amass these rewards, you’ll usually need to set up an account. And as with any system based around digital...
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Cases of police misconduct can be shocking to read about, and understandably so. After all, we expect police officers to help us to stay safe and secure. Their role is to uphold the law and to protect us from those who break it. Police misconduct represents a fundamental failure to meet these expectations. The consequences...
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Violent crime can have a profound impact on those affected by it. The victims, their families, and even those who witnessed the incident can all experience physical and psychological consequences. That is why those affected need all the support they can get. This includes the help provided by charities such as Victim Support, as well...
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The prospect of losing control of your personal data can be frightening and this anxiety only continues to grow as we share more and more of our information with a wider range of companies and organisations. Thankfully, the increased risks we face have been recognised. In recent years, stronger legislation has been put in place...
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