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Halo Project Super Complaint August 2020

“For all the victims who have suffered in silence and those who have helped shaped this report, we have listened. This report provides unequivocal evidence which highlights failings of investigations of Police services in England & Wales. The Halo Project believes and advocates justice is a human right for everyone and therefore look forward to the implementation of recommendations from this report.”

- Yasmin Khan, Founder of The Halo Project


While we offer specialist support to all victims and survivors of sexual abuse, regardless of gender, culture, age, religion, race, ability, and sexuality, we recognise that some survivors may benefit more from specific support services which are geographically local or designed to address different cultural needs. Therefore, to ensure every victim and survivor coming forward is adequately supported, we have included links below to services that support those coming forward to break the silence caused by sexual abuse.


Media Enquiries 

Call: 07768 768 246 or


Support Organisations:

The Women's Aid directory allows you to search for women's organisations by region, as well as specify if a refuge is required, and identify if the organisation also offers support to children and men. On the Welsh Women’s Aid website you can find your local service in each of Wales’ 22 local authority areas.


The Imkaan website has a list of specialists ‘by and for’ Black and Minoritised (BAME) women’s VAWG organisations:


Rape Crisis England & Wales allows you to enter your postcode and find your closest Rape Crisis Centre, where specialist support and services are provided to women and girls who have experienced rape, sexual violence, or sexual abuse at any time.


The Stop it Now! UK & Ireland Helpline protects children from sexual abuse by providing information on local services, as well as immediate confidential, expert advice and support to all adults within the community who have concerns about child sexual abuse. The Stop it Now! Helpline is run and managed by the child protection charity, The Lucy Faithfull Foundation (LFF) and can be contacted from the UK and Ireland by freephone on 0808 1000 900, or via live chat and secure messaging service.


Link to report: