Victim Support files sit in disused office

Hundreds of confidential files detailing conversations between the Victim Support group and its clients are sitting in a disused office in Dublin, over three months after the charity closed its doors.

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Ian Kehoe

9th July, 2005

Hundreds of confidential files detailing conversations between the Victim Support group and its clients are sitting in a disused office in Dublin, over three months after the charity closed its doors.

Victim Support, which provided specialist services for the families of murder victims, as well as manning a missing persons helpline, shut down at the end of March.

However, the group has not made any arrangements to remove or store the personal files, which include...

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