Victim Support | Annual report
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Annual Report

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Here is the last three years of Victim Support’s annual reports. These are publicly available and offered as a downloadable PDF.

If there is something in particular you are looking for please get in touch to see if we can help you out.

2018/2019

Victim Support’s 2018/19 Annual Report marks another year of our work to support those affected by crime, trauma, and suicide in the community including those of the tragic events of the 15th March 2019 Mosque shootings in Christchurch.

Every day our dedicated people strive to give manaakitanga meaning, helping those who are impacted by crime, trauma and suicide.  Wrapping support, hospitality, and care around others binds us together and provide value for every community around New Zealand.

Read our full Annual Report 2019 here

2017/2018

Victim Support’s 2017/18 Annual Report marks another year of our work to support those affected by crime, trauma, and suicide in the community. This report highlights another year in our story, told by and about those who live it every day.

This year’s theme is ‘safer from harm’, a theme that speaks deeply to Victim Support’s kaupapa. The theme highlights not just the strong links between quality support and reduced harm, but also Victim Support’s critical work.

In 2017/18, one in three of all victims we supported came to Victim Support because of an incident perpetrated by a family member, over 12,000 individual people. Our Support Workers all around New Zealand supported 36,562 individual victims to safety, wellbeing, and justice.

View the report here.

2016/2017

This latest Annual Report gives an updated account of Victim Support and the work we do in communities, nationwide.  You’ll find specific sections on our work in homicide, family harm, sexual violence and suicide, as well as more about our Contact Service, training and our wonderful people.

The updated infographics clearly highlight how many victims we supported throughout the year, culminating in another year of growth, with a total of 34,671 victims supported.

Victim Support has proudly been supporting victims for 30 years now, and stands in good stead to continue to do so, for a very long time.

View the report here.

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