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Police procedures | nidirect

The police take all crime seriously and you can expect to be treated with sensitivity and respect by them. After you have spoken to the police, the investigating officer will decide whether you need to provide a statement or be spoken to further about what you have seen.

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After a crime has been reported

If you are a victim of crime and contact the police the investigating officer should give you their contact details as well as the leaflet, ‘Information for victims of crime’. You should also receive a letter with more detail about the investigation (unless you have asked not to be contacted).

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https://www.nidirect.gov.uk/articles/police-procedures

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