The PCC urges everyone to help protect both themselves and others by staying alert to control the virus. As a result of this the PCC's team are working remotely where possible, therefore if you wish to make contact please still use the details as per the Contact Us page of this site and we will endeavour to deal with your enquiry as quickly as possible.
The office is now open to visitors but in order to limit numbers, so we don't have too many at the same time, please book an appointment in advance.
The situation is ever changing and the most up-to-date information can be found through the below organisations' websites:
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Please remember that if you are in danger or a crime is in progress call 999
Most services to support victims or witnesses of crime remain fully available, although these may delivered remotely (rather than face to face) via telephone, email or online chat.
Nottinghamshire Victim Care are still available to you and their helpline 0800 304 7575
will be open from 9am-5pm Monday to Saturday until further notice.
They also have details of the various ways you can get support on their website
For help with domestic abuse call the free 24 helpline 0808 800 0340 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Taking care of your mind, as well as your body, is really important whilst staying at home. Visit the Every Mind Matters website for practical tips on improving your wellbeing whilst staying at home.