Here is our archive library of Victim Support’s annual reports. These are publicly available and offered as a downloadable PDF.
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This latest Annual Report gives a clear account of who we are, what we do, and how we do it, providing you with a strong understanding of the vital work Victim Support does in communities all around New Zealand, each and every day. Loaded with infographics, the report clearly highlights a number of statistics such as the 31,849 victims we supported. The 8,559 victims of family violence we supported and the 242,316 kilometres we travelled supporting victims. But let’s remember, behind every statistic are people. People who have suddenly and unexpectedly become victims of crime and trauma, and conversely every day New Zealanders who volunteer for Victim Support and do an extraordinary service, nationwide.
Annual Report 2015/2016
Our 2014-15 Annual Report gives an overview of our work with victims. One article tells of the process from when a call comes in to us and how a Support Worker is assigned. Articles cover our wide-ranging training programme, and our specialist services. It tells of some significant statistics – like the 22,526 new incidents we attended. It tells the stories of some of those incidents. It highlights our volunteers and supporters, and has the financial statements for the year.
Annual Report 2014/2015
This was a year when Victim Support won Mitre 10 Community of the Year Award. The report outlines the main events of the period featuring our comprehensive volunteer training programme, improvements to our victim contact service, and Maori Volunteer Recruitment Campaign. It also includes facts and figures, our national locations, recognises the invaluable work of our volunteers, victims’ stories, our supporters, and financial statements for the 2013 / 2014 year.
Annual Report 2013/2014
This Annual Report introduces many of our key staff and volunteers, details our achievements during the year including additional funding support for suicide postvention and homicide services, new working relationships with Maori service providers in Auckland, and the launch of our “Power of Dreams” national lottery. It tells the stories of some of the thousands of people we supported, shows our locations throughout the country, details our financial statement and lists our supporters.
Annual Report 2012/2013
Read details of our achievements during the year including the development of our new victim and incident management system as well as a funding partnership with Coupland’s Bakeries Ltd. Meet some of our people, and read some of the stories from our volunteer Support workers. You can also hear from some of the people that we helped during the year. It lists our supporters and includes financial statements.
Annual Report 2011/2012