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  • By law, you are considered a victim of crime if you have suffered physical injury, emotional injury or financial loss because of a crime. 
  • If you have witnessed a crime or are supporting a victim of crime, you might also be able to get financial assistance.
  • You can get information, advice and support (including access to counselling) by calling the Victims of Crime Helpline on 1800 819 817.
  • In addition to the Victims of Crime AssistanceTribunal, you might also be able to get financial assistance through Medicare, the TAC, WorkCover or your own insurance policies. 

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Reviewed on: 18-09-2015