Is There a Need?

Social media now accounts for 'at least half' of calls passed to frontline police but it isn't the police job to secure your accounts or increase your privacy, it's yours  and we can show you how.

There are many general safety resources for digital users, but victims and vulnerable groups need specialised advice. These groups are often at a higher risk and require specific guidance.

The professionals who work with vulnerable people also need specialist support. Their expertise is rightly focused on helping and supporting vulnerable individuals, addressing the legal issues and navigating the traditional support systems.

That is what Digital-Trust offers, advanced support on digital issues to victims, organisations and professionals that will increase protection, safety and reduce harm for vulnerable people.

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Our Work

We provide technical expertise to victims, charities, support groups and organisations working within the criminal justice system.

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We have easy to use advice, that will increase your privacy and security

Our Focus

The areas we focus for both professionals and vulnerable people include:

  • developing victim focused resources and products that helps to increase their safety and peace of mind.
  • Work with criminal justice agencies to identify digital risks and how to address them
  • Digital education and training
  • Influence better policies, governance and best practices to help digital users.

Outcomes

  • Provide easy to use, clear advice directly in the hands of victims
  • Help victims when they don’t meet the police threshold or experience an inadequate response
  • Give victims more control over their situation
  • Improve the victim’s understanding of stalking and digital abuse and the risks
  • Increase both a person’s physical and digital safety
  • Help victims to explain their abuse in more clear and coherent terms

 


The Digital-Trust is an independent, non-political, not-for-profit social enterprise .