|S/L No||One Behalf of||Opponent||Case NO||Sections|
|H M Helal||CR Case No- 359/18||section 3 of Dower Act|
|2.||Akhi Moni||Kayum Molla||Kafrul PS Case No- 20(11)17||406/420 of PC|
|3.||Nasrin Akhter||CR Case no- 505/19||section 3 of Dower Act|
|4.||Khadija||Afjal||section 3 of Dower Act|
POINT ABODE EDUCATION (PAEDS) strives to be the leading independent charity for people affected by crime and traumatic events. We work locally to support people affected by crime and campaign nationally to put their needs first. This particular wing of PAEDS deals with providing support to the victims, either emotionally or any other means, in coping with the impact of any criminal offence. Whether the crime involved domestic violence & abuse, fraud, sexual harassment, any other type of injustice or even a basic inquiry our doors are open to all in need of our help. Our services are free and available to all in need of them regardless of the offence being reported to authorities or not. We try to help the victims cope with the emotional traumas or legal services that might be needed by them at that particular instant and most members involved have had previous experience in this line of work. Through discussing your experience in a safe, confidential environment it can help you to cope with your emotions. It can help you make sense of what you’ve been through. We have specialist trained workers who will listen to you and support you, and unlike with friends or family, you don’t have to worry about putting a burden on them. The work of this wing of PAEDS can in no way be termed as counseling. We talk about giving listening support and most people find that it helps them move on from the crime. All the members of the team have a high morale and work towards helping all those in need of help, without any discrimination or prejudice towards any particular traits of the victim. However, some people do need counseling or other types of psychological help after a crime. We can help to arrange it if you think this is something you need. If you need medical treatment after a crime we can also help you to deal with the health service. If you’ve been injured through a crime, you may be entitled to criminal injuries compensation. While it won’t help your injuries to heal, it may help you make adjustments to your life while you recover. We can explain how to make a claim and help you with any paperwork. To those of you who would support our cause we would greatly appreciate it as we require the generous support of members of the public to help even more people affected by crime and traumatic events. So, feel free to contact us anytime from the contact link provided below.
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