Below are some other organisations who may be able to offer you support, depending on your situation and needs.
Oxfordshire counselling & support groups
- Samaritans (08457 909090)
- Rape Crisis England And Wales
- National Association For People Abused In Childhood
- Mind (National Association For Mental Health)
Oxfordshire sexual health clinics
Specialist women's support
Registered child sex offender data: Sarah's Law
The child sex offender disclosure scheme, sometimes called ‘Sarah’s Law’, allows parents, carers or guardians to formally ask the police for information about a person who has contact with their child, or a child close to them, if they're concerned the person may pose a risk.
The scheme is available for any member of the public who wants to find out if an individual in contact with a child has a record of sexual offences. The police will disclose information only if it is lawful, necessary and proportionate to the interests of protecting the child/ren from harm.
Clare’s Law and requesting domestic violence offender data
Clare’s Law gives any member of the public the right to ask the police if their partner may pose a risk to them. Under Clare’s Law, a member of the public can also make enquiries into the partner of a close friend or family member.