Sara Murphy, CCJ Volunteer Coordinator won the 2018 Volunteer Manager of the Year award
Huge Increase in Victims of Crime Seeking Support

Charity to raise awareness on European Day for Victims of Crime

A charity which provides support services to victims of crime has revealed that the number of victims of crime accessing

V-SAC Outstanding Volunteer Award presented by the General Manager

Billy Baldwin received the V-SAC Outstanding Volunteer Award. This was based on excellent feedback given from staff, volunteers, service users and stakeholders. Billy went above and beyond what was expected

V-SAC Volunteer Coordinator won the 2018 Volunteer Manager of the Year award

Congratulations to Sara Murphy, V-SAC Volunteer Coordinator in the Criminal Courts of Justice (CCJ), who won the Volunteer Ireland award in the category of 2018 Volunteer Manager of the Year on Friday

People assisted in 2018

V-SAC provided court accompaniment to 1,365 victims of crime, prosecution witness and their family/friends. The cases involved 31 Murder/Manslaughter/Attempted Murder, 125 Rape/Sexual Assault, 47 Assault,

V-SAC’s mentioned in the news

V-SAC featured in a number of papers recently. The articles highlighted V-SAC’s free service available to victims of crime, prosecution witnesses and their family and friends while they attend court. V-SAC

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