Baroness Newlove - Victims' Commissioner for England & Wales
Baroness Newlove is keen to hear your experiences of the Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority. You can contact her via the Victims’ Commissioner’s website at www.victimscommissioner.org.uk by 30 April 2018.
Info on the Government’s draft Domestic Violence and Abuse Bill
The government today have launched a consultation seeking views on measures to be included in the Government’s draft Domestic Violence and Abuse Bill, they want to hear from anyone to gather views on how to put a stop to domestic violence.
For more information on The People’s Fridge project and to find a community fridge near you – click here
The best and worst of life online
The internet is amazing. But it can also be tricky. T his CBBC film shows, things you see and hear online can hurt your feelings, confuse you, or make you unhappy. This doesn’t mean you need to be scared. You need to be prepared.
Watch the film, here.
Download the Sport Relief App to take part in the Billion Steps Challenge
To find out more about how you can get involved with Sport Relief 2018 visit: www.SportRelief.com
Relief app is brought to you by Comic Relief (Charity Projects (no 326568)) and
not the BBC.
BBC launch new website: Own It - for Safer Internet Day
To help raise awareness of Safer Internet Day the BBC have launched a new website to help young people tackle online life in a confident and empowered way.
If you have been affected by our story about missing persons, the charity Missing People is here to help. If you are thinking of leaving home, if you’re away from home right now, or if somebody you know is missing, you can call or text for free and in confidence on 116 000, or email email@example.com.
Inside every prison, immigration removal centre and some short term holding facilities at airports, there is an Independent Monitoring Board (IMB) – a group of ordinary members of the public doing an extraordinary job.
If you would like to volunteer as an IMB you can apply via the website: www.imb.org.uk
At this busy time of year, blood donations can drop significantly. The following websites are good starting points for where to go in your local area to donate much needed blood over the Christmas period.
If you have information regarding the Croydon Moped Robbery that featured on tonight’s show (Thursday 19th October), the Metropolitan Police’s advice is to contact 020 8649 0216.
If you have information regarding the jewellery seen in the studio in tonight’s show (Thursday 19th October), the Metropolitan Police’s advice is to contact the police’s non-emergency number: 101 and quote “Hounslow CID”.
The One Show has been looking at the problem of employers underpaying their staff. If you want to check YOUR hourly rate you can visit the Government website. If you need help or advice with regards to your pay, you can also go to ACAS website.
The One Show has been investigating the high levels of pollution on UK roads, if you want to know more about air pollution in the UK, visit UK Air Defra website for more in-depth information including latest pollution levels.
How to become an organ donor
Find out about organ donation and add your name to the NHS Organ Donor Register – one day you may be able to save lives.