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Have you been arrested for offences involving indecent images, sexual communications, voyeurism, or indecent exposure? Do you feel overwhelmed and isolated? Whether you've been released on bail, are under investigation, or awaiting court dates, know that you're not alone. We offer independent and non-judgmental advice and guidance tailored to your individual situation. Our one-to-one services give specialised welfare and behavioural support, helping you gain clarity and move forward in a way that is safe for you and others.


  • Secure and confidential services

  • Support, guidance, no judgement

  • One-to-one appointments

  • Initial consultation within seven days (£60)

  • Support for partners and family members

  • Specialist former Probation Officers with the skills and experience to help you

  • Video appointments UK wide

  • In-person appointments at our Leeds or West Midlands offices

  • Continued support throughout your investigation.


  • Structured to help you understand and address your behaviours

  • Tailored to your individual needs

  • Guides you through the justice system and what could happen if you are prosecuted

  • Includes a letter of completion recognised by the Police, Courts and Probation Service

  • Adapted Transitions Programme for younger people

  • Access to welfare support until the outcome of your investigation is known

  • Signposting to other agencies and supports.

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"I want to thank you both for your time, support, guidance and the courses that we completed. If ever there was an organisation that helped me through a tough time it was Safer Lives and I wouldn't have been able to get through it without you. So huge thanks!"

"I feel I have a much better understanding of my behaviour, how I got to the point and how I can put things right for me and my family."

"I had been in something of a denial, then the Police found images on my mobile. StopItNow told me about Safer Lives and within a few days I was on their programme. They gave me reassurance and hope that I could survive the court system, and they supported me through the hearings. Without their help, I might not have turned up."

"The Police Officer told me a caution was possible. He pointed at the Safer Lives leaflet in the pack I was given. He looked me in the face and simply said “call these guys”. It was the best advice I have taken."

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"Making a call to Safer Lives after my arrest was the best decision I have ever made and undoubtedly steered me away from isolation and the darker places this kind of event can take us."

"Safer Lives provided calm and measured advice at a time where I struggled to find clarity from other sources. It has been very useful in helping me to understand myself and the next steps."

"Although I was already in therapy, the counselling didn't help. I just kept asking, Am I going to prison? These guys straightened my head out and helped me understand the system I was in and how it could go. Their hunch was right. I got NFA but I also knew by then that I could cope with what ever was coming."

"Engaging with Safer Lives was the best option for me. I soon started to explore elements of my life growing up which may explain why I had ended up in the situation I have.  Safer Lives gave me both the determination and the emotional support to change"

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Safer Lives Programme (age over 21) information sheet > download here

Transition Programme (ages 16-21+ ) information sheet > download here

For an informal chat or to book a consultation

Call 0800 043 5987,  WhatsApp 0747 668 3012 or Email 

For information on other support organisations, including Stop it Now! Lucy Faithfull Foundation, Stopso, Samaritans, SAA and help with pornography addiction, please click here. 

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