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Scottish Government Victims and Witnesses booklets and leaflets with translated versions - Page 18

Victim of Crime Leaflets - translated into: Arabic, Bengali, Cantonese, Gaelic, Hindi, Latvian, Lithuanian, Polish, Punjabi, Russian and Urdu.

Victim Notification Scheme: Short/Long term offenders, additional info leaflet -translated into: Polish

Victim Notification Scheme - Long-Term Offenders and Offenders with Extended Sentences: Guidance for Victims  - translated into: Polish, Slovak, Latvian, Lithuanian, Cantonese, Mandarin & Arabic 

Victim Notification Scheme - Short-Term Sex Offenders: Guidance for Victims

Victim Notification Scheme - Making a Victim Statement - Guidance for victims making a victim statement, translated into: Albanian, Bengali, Cantonese, Estonian, French Canadian, Greek, Latvian, Lithuanian, Mandarin, Nepalese, Pashto, Polish, Russian, Spanish, Tigrinya, Urdu.

Being a Witness - Going to Court  - A booklet for adult witnesses in criminal and children's hearing court proceedings.

Being a Witness - the Use of Special Measures booklet  - A booklet for adult witnesses in criminal and children's hearing court proceedings. 

Being a witness: An information booklet for young people in Criminal Proceedings

Being a witness: Helping people with learning disabilities who go to court: A guide for carers -A guide for carers, intended to help them support someone they care for with a learning disability, if that person is asked to be a witness and needs to go to court.  

Being a Witness: I am a Witness in Court: A Guide for People with Learning Disabilities - A guide for people with learning disabilities who have been asked to be a witness in court. 

Being a Witness: A Booklet for Children in Criminal Proceedings

Your child is a witness: a booklet for parents and carers 

Information for Bereaved Families and Friends Following Murder or Culpable Homicide

Information to assist victims following rape or sexual assault

 

Information on other publications which you might find helpful is available on the Scottish Government Victims and Witnesses publications page, and their Victims of Crime in Scotland page.