Your Right to Fair and Equal Treatment
When dealing with any criminal justice agencies (the police, court, or prison service):
You have the right to the same services as anyone else.
You have the right to be treated with dignity and respect at all times regardless of your background, age, disability, gender, gender reassignment, race, nationality, religion, belief or sexual orientation.
You have the right to get extra information and support services if you need them.
You should be treated with respect and not discriminated against.
You should be able to get information about what is happening in your case.
You should be able to understand information you are given and be understood when you give information
You should have your needs listened to.
If possible, you should be involved in the investigation and trial.
The investigation is what we call it when the Police try to find out about the crime you reported.
You should get the right support during and after the investigation and trial.
Be protected from bullying during and after the investigation and trial.