VictimsVoicesUK sincerely encourages victims to come forward no matter how long ago the crime was committed and report to their local police.

It is a given fact that JW elders and Bethel’s Legal Department have neither legal investigative powers nor counselling training to deal with child or adult sexual abuse victims.

Numerous historic cases have never been reported due to the JW organisation’s misapplication of the scriptural ‘two witnesses’ to a crime rule in matters of child sexual abuse.

CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE IS NOT JUST 'A SIN'
IT IS A CRIME OF THE MOST HEINOUS NATURE

If you or someone you know is being abused or think they may be being abused you can call helplines listed below.

If you are a child or a young person under the age of 19 call:

CHILDLINE: 0800 1111
Police: 999

If you think a child is in imminent danger call: 

Police: 999

If you are an adult concerned about a child you can also call:

NSPCC: 0808 800 5000
Police:  101

If you are an adult who has suffered abuse in childhood call:

NAPAC: 0808 801 0331

If you are a victim and survivor of abuse and you are ready to share your experience we urge you to contact the Truth Project which was set up by IICSA to contribute to the work of the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse. Contact them by emailing share@truthproject.org.uk

You can also provide information by emailing contact@iicsa.org.uk or write via Freepost IICSA INDEPENDENT INQUIRY

Confidentiality

We offer a confidential service. We will not disclose any information to any organisation without your prior consent. The only exception to this is if we learn that an adult or child is at imminent risk of harm. In those circumstances alone we are obliged to inform the Police.

Experienced Support

We have training in counselling with both adults and children. We can guide you to access specialist support and legal advice.

Research

We aim to collate the number of both reported and unreported cases of child sexual abuse within the JW organisation in the UK. Collated anonymous data will be passed to IICSA (Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse) with the aim that they will investigate the full extent of the abuse within the JW organisation in the UK.