Support after Crime Services - Help for Victims of Crime, Help for Attack Victims, Support for witnesses to crime, Cork, Limerick, Tipperary, Waterford

Useful Links

Below are some useful links that you may find beneficial to you
Victims of Crime Office: Leaflets & Services

The Victims of Crime Office
Department of Justice and Equality
Second Floor
Montague Court
Montague Lane
Dublin 2
Tel: +353 01 4768686
Website: Victims of Crime Office

DPP - Director of Public Prosecutions
Infirmary Road
Dublin 7
Switchboard: + 353 (0)1 858 8500
Website:DPP Ireland

Communications and Victims Liason Unit
Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions
Infirmary Road
Dublin 7
Direct Line: + 353 (0)1 858 8444

An Garda Siochana:
Garda Victim Liaison Office
An Garda Siochana
Community Relations and Community Policing Section
Harcourt Square
Dublin 2
Tel: (01) 666 3880
Email: or

Crime Victims Helpline:
Tel: 116-006

Criminal Injuries Compensation Tribunal:
Criminal Injuries Compensation Tribunal
13 Lower Hatch Street
Dublin 2
Tel: (01) 661 0604
Fax: (01) 661 0598

GARDA Victim Information Services Offices:
Central point of contact for update on the progress of your case and appropriate information of support services. These offices are manned by both trained Garda and civilian staff to assist you. Our office works closely with services:
Anglesea Street Garda Station, Tel: 021 4548524 Email:
Bandon Garda Station, Tel: 023 8852295 Email:
Templemore Garda Station, Tel: 050432636
Waterford Garda Station, Tel: 051 305370
Mitchelstown Garda Station, Tel: 025 86786
Ennis Garda Station, Tel: 065 6848194 and 065 6848195
Henry Garda Station Limerick, Tel: 061 212495 and 061 212496 Email:

Victims Directive Bill, November 2015
This Directive was established in November 2015 placing victims rights, support and protection on a Statutory level. This Directive provides many rights to victims most of all that their voices will be heard and their needs met as they go through the CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM
The Defination of 'Victim' is:
A natural person who has suffered harm, including physical, mental or emotional harm or economic loss which was directly caused by a criminal offence and/or family members of a person whose death was directly caused by a criminal offence and who have suffered harm as a result of that person's death. For further information go to the websites mentioned above.


Address Ground Floor,
4 Anglesea Villas,
Anglesea Street,
Phone 021 432 0555

Support After Crime Services covers the following areas - Cork - Limerick - Tipperary - Waterford - Clare