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A guide to applying for compensation under the Criminal Injuries Compensation Scheme.
A guide to applying for compensation under the Victims of Overseas Terrorism Compensation Scheme.
How to apply for compensation if you were a victim of the terrorist attacks in Kabul, Afghanistan on 26 August 2021
What we share and how we moderate comments on CICA’s Twitter feed.
Anonymised data on cases resolved by CICA
Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority (CICA) annual report and accounts 2019 to 2020
The home of Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority on GOV.UK. We deal with compensation claims from people who have been physically or mentally injured because they were the victim of a violent crime in England, Scotland o…
Framework document describing how the Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority and the Ministry of Justice will work together.
How to complain about customer service at the Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority.
An update on CICA's telephone helpline opening hours over the festive period.
A guide to applying for a payment from the Hardship Fund. The fund helps low paid workers who are victims of crime.
Customer Charter setting out the rights and responsibilities of anyone applying for criminal injuries compensation
A guide to the Criminal Injuries Compensation Scheme and how this applies to victims of human trafficking.
CICA will be closed on Monday 28 September for a public holiday.
This document explains how we handle the information we hold about you
Advice for applicants
A consultation on reforming the Criminal Injuries Compensation Scheme.
Victims of terror atrocities at home and overseas are to benefit from a new dedicated compensation scheme under government plans to boost the support offered to people injured by violent crime.
How to apply for compensation if you were a victim of the incident in Reading on 20 June 2020
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