victim support Meaning in Cambridge English Dictionary
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victim supportnoun [U]

uk   us   UK
the act of providing emotional and practical help for people who suffer because of a crime, or an organization that provides this: a victim support group The police put me in touch with Victim Support.
Translations of “victim support”
in Chinese (Traditional) 受害者扶助, 受害者扶助組織…
in Chinese (Simplified) 受害者扶助, 受害者扶助组织…
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