Royal Court House

St. James St, St Peter Port,




Mon - Fri :

8:45 - 16:00

Sat - Sun :


A voicemail service is available out of hours.

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In the first 9 months of 2019 we came into contact with 295 victims of crime. These included victims of rape or other form of sexual assault, domestic abuse, assault and criminal damage.

During this period we also supported 360 people who have given, or will give, evidence in court or attend Family Law Proceedings.

There are many different types of crime and the 1,580 recorded crimes in our Bailiwick in 2017 can be broken down as follows:

Arson and criminal damage 21%

Violence against the individual 34%

Acquisitive crime 19%

Theft 16%

Drug offences 7%

Public order offences 1%

Vehicle crime 3%

Burglary 5%

Fraud offences 4%

Sexual offences 5%

Possession of weapons 1%

Offences against society / other 3%

Source: Bailiwick of Guernsey Law Enforcement Annual Report 2018; to read the full report click here

We have recently welcomed two newcomers to our volunteer pool, both of whom are keen to start supporting victims of crime and both of whom have a wealth of experience in relevant areas.  This brings the number of volunteers providing the backbone of our service to 25.

We have also had some staff changes with Deborah Robinson, Hannah Robilliard and Hope Napwanga taking on the roles of Manager, Deputy Manager and Administrative Assistant respectively.