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Support Circles South West

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Help us prevent sexual abuse by providing more Circles of Support and Accountability in South West England. This innovative community approach enables small groups of local volunteers to work directly and intensively with a person who has sexually offended and presents a high risk of re-offending and/or causing serious harm. Circles work towards there being ‘No More Victims’ by holding individuals to account for their behaviour and supporting their safe reintegration in the community.

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