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Victims of crime are being ignored by police and judges who are “robbing” them of the chance to tell courts about the impact of offences on their lives, says the victims’ commissioner.

In an article for today’s Daily Telegraph, Dame Vera Baird said only one in seven victims said they had been offered the chance by police to make a personal statement about the impact of a crime even though it was their right to do so under the Government’s victims code.

Of those that did, fewer than half (46 per cent) felt their statements had been taken into account by the courts, the lowest recorded proportion for five years and down from more than two-thirds last year (68 per cent).

Dame Vera writes: “These...

Victims of crime are being ignored by police and judges who are “robbing” them of the chance to tell courts about the impact of offences on their lives, says the victims’ commissioner.

In an article for today’s Daily Telegraph, Dame Vera Baird said only one in seven victims said they had been offered the chance by police to make a personal statement about the impact of a crime even though it was their right to do so under the Government’s victims code.

Of those that did, fewer than half (46 per cent) felt their statements had been taken into account by the courts, the lowest recorded proportion for five years and down from more than two-thirds last year (68 per cent).

Dame Vera writes: “These...

Victims of crime are being ignored by police and judges who are “robbing” them of the chance to tell courts about the impact of offences on their lives, says the victims’ commissioner.

In an article for today’s Daily Telegraph, Dame Vera Baird said only one in seven victims said they had been offered the chance by police to make a personal statement about the impact of a crime even though it was their right to do so under the Government’s victims code.

Of those that did, fewer than half (46 per cent) felt their statements had been taken into account by the courts, the lowest recorded proportion for five years and down from more than two-thirds last year (68 per cent).

Dame Vera writes: “These...

Victims of crime are being ignored by police and judges who are “robbing” them of the chance to tell courts about the impact of offences on their lives, says the victims’ commissioner.

In an article for today’s Daily Telegraph, Dame Vera Baird said only one in seven victims said they had been offered the chance by police to make a personal statement about the impact of a crime even though it was their right to do so under the Government’s victims code.

Of those that did, fewer than half (46 per cent) felt their statements had been taken into account by the courts, the lowest recorded proportion for five years and down from more than two-thirds last year (68 per cent).

Dame Vera writes: “These...