Age of Justice

Crimes-against-older-people

Diverse Cymru has been commissioned by the Welsh Government to conduct independent research into crimes against older people (anyone aged 50+). We have gathered views from members of the public as well as experts in the field. The project aims to increase understanding and awareness of crimes against older people.

Our research is complete and we’re proud to present our findings in our report titled ‘Age of Justice’. Please click below to download.

Age of Justice – Report

Oedran Cyfiawnder- Adroddiad


Executive Summary

Crynodeb Gweithredol


Infosheets – English

Infosheets – Cymraeg


Report and Support

In Wales anyone aged 50 or above is considered to be an older person. Crimes against an older person can take many forms and can have an effect on anyone. No one should go through it alone, no matter what the situation.

Report crimes against older people

Police: 999 (emergency)
Police: 101 (non-emergency)

Victim Support

Police: victimsupport.com
Police: 080 8168 9111

Age Cymru advice line

Police: 08000 223 444

Action Fraud

actionfraud.police.uk
0300 123 2040 (Eng)
0161 234 9230 (Cym)

Trading Standards

tradingstandardswales.org.uk
03454 040506 (Eng)
03454 040505 (Cym)

Live Fear Free

livefearfree.org.uk
0808 8010 800
info@livefearfreehelpline.wales

Care and Social Services Inspectorate for Wales

cssiw.org.uk
0300 7900 126

Care Council for Wales (CCW)

ccwales.org.uk / cgcymru.org.uk
0300 30 33 444

Older People’s Commissioner for Wales

olderpeoplewales.com
029 2044 5030