If you’ve been the victim of rape or sexual assault, there are many different ways you can report it to the police. Trained officers and partner organisations are here to listen and work together to support you in any way we can.
We all want to stay as safe as possible in our daily lives. Here, you can find detailed information about various crimes, some simple precautions you can take, and learn how you can report these crimes, 100% anonymously.
Unseen is a UK charity with its head office in Bristol. We provide safehouses and support in the community for survivors of trafficking and modern slavery. We also run the UK Modern Slavery & Exploitation Helpline and work with individuals, communities, business, governments, other charities and statutory agencies to stamp out slavery for good.
The Survivors Trust has 120 member organisations based in the UK & Ireland which provide specialist support for women, men and children who have survived rape, sexual violence or childhood sexual abuse.
Our members have the professional expertise and empathic understanding necessary to help survivors meet the challenges and difficulties they are experiencing as a result of abuse or rape. All of our member agencies work in line with our National Service Standards which provide assurance of consistent quality service.
The needs of performers in the adult industry are understood better by those who have worked in the trenches, as performance artists. The demands of any industry can be difficult to understand by outsiders, but in the adult industry, performance artists are put into difficult situations every day. Members of A.P.A.G., including our officers and board, have made the decision to work together to make the adult industry a better place for performers now, and in the future.
We provide a national online helpline, individual and group counselling for boys, men and non-binary people aged 13+ who have experienced sexual violence at any time in their lives. We also offer emotional support through the justice system, support for friends and families of survivors, and training for professionals and organisations. We are not a men’s rights campaign.
Our medical and emotional support services are confidential. That means we won’t tell anyone you’ve contacted us or come to see us unless you want us to. And you can use any of our services without involving the police.
If you were assaulted more than 12 months ago, we can provide you with information on other organisationsthat can help.