Victim support and advice
We are dedicated to improving the service you receive. This section contains details of help and support available for victims of crime.
Victims and witnesses of crime
We are dedicated to improving the service we provide to victims and witnesses of crime. This section contains information about how to report a crime and what happens next.
The primary role of Sapphire is the investigation of rapes and other serious sexual violence, with not only an emphasis to arrest and prosecute the perpetrator and investigate the offence to the satisfaction of victim, but just as importantly, on the care and support of victims of these crimes.
Community Safety Unit
Every London borough has a team of specially trained officers whose task is to investigate these crimes.
We hope you find this information helpful and are able to navigate through the pages with ease.
We are committed to working with our partners to investigate all levels of child abuse and ensure all children are safeguarded from harm. This section contains useful guidance and information for parents and guardians, professionals and children.
A high priority of the Met is to tackle hate crimes such as racist crime, domestic violence and homophobic crime.
Survey feedback for victims of crime
This information is for the benefit of victims and witnesses of crime who have been contacted to take part in a Metropolitan Police Service survey, namely the User Satisfaction Survey.
Find your local Met borough and Safer Neighbourhoods team to see what is happening in your area.