If you've been the victim of, or witness to, a
crime, you have the choice whether or not to report it to the
police. We would like all crimes to be
In an emergency call 999. Our 999 call
handlers strive to answer all calls within 10 seconds. Dial 999
For non-urgent calls, ring 101. Using 999 for
general enquiries may delay response to someone who needs urgent
Further information about reporting a
Our commitment to you
Cheshire Police and our criminal justice
partners are committed to providing victims and
witnesses of crime with the best possible service at all
These pages will outline how we will treat you as a victim
of crime and the level of service you will receive, including our
commitments under the
Code of Practice for Victims of Crime. We have also
provided pages which give you information about what to
expect if you are a witness, as well as
links to useful advice and other organisations that can assist
Information for victims
What happens after you contact the
What happens if your case goes to
Advice and support for victims
Information for witnesses
Being a witness - what does it
Help and information about giving
Where will you give evidence?
Who's in the court room?
What happens before court?
Going to court (expenses, travel, and
friends and relatives)
What happens when in court?
After the trial