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Privacy Statement

Victim Support Scotland does not capture and store any personal information about people who access this web site except where you voluntarily elect to give us your personal details via email. In such circumstances the personal information you give us is used exclusively to provide you with current and future information about our service.

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We do not use cookies to store any information that would identify you personally. We do not use cookies for marketing purposes. We do not use tracking cookies.

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