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Contacting Victim Information and Advice (VIA) (Easy read)

How to contact our Victim Information and Advice (VIA) service. Aimed at those with a learning difficulty.

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Contacting VIA (Easy read)

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This is an easy to understand guide for people with learning disabilities and their families and carers.

This booklet will help you contact the Victim Information and Advice (VIA) service.

VIA will give you information and advice about how the Scottish criminal justice system works and what you can expect. This booklet tells you how VIA can help you and tells you how you can get in contact with them.