DVD for survivors

A RAPE support organisation has produced a DVD aimed at explaining the criminal justice process for survivors of sexual violence.

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The DVD, Survivors' Guide to the Scottish Justice System, is intended to help anyone who is thinking about reporting a sexual crime. It is the first of its kind in Scotland.

Rape Crisis Scotland national co-ordinator Sandy Brindley said: "Improving the prospects of survivors of sexual violence of receiving justice for the crimes perpetrated against them is a priority for us."

Detective Superintendent Louise Raphael, said: "Anything designed to support victims in understanding the process is welcome."

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