Anyone who is a victim of burglary or vehicle theft who feels they may need support, or may not want to contact the police, can contact West Mercia Police's Victim Advice
Line, a free, independent and confidential support service.
A spokesman said: "Anyone who is a victim of any sexual assault and feels they may need support can contact West Mercia's Victim Advice
The Victim Advice Line was launched in Shropshire on April 1, and in the month since has contacted 2,392 victims, and had 5,093 referrals.
Matt Chester, head of Victim Services, said: "Victims are at the heart of everything we do and West Mercia's Victim Advice Line is already demonstrating its value and benefits for victims of crime, helping them get the support, advice and information they need so they can, as best as possible, get on with their lives.
After a road traffic death Merseyside police has a team of family liaison officers who give relatives of the victim advice
and help in coping with grief.
West Mercia's Victim Advice
Line is free and confidential and people can call 0800 952 3000 or visit victimadviceline.org.uk if they need help.
"The Victim Advice
Line means you don't have to cope alone - our Victim Care Co-ordinators will help you cope with the experience, get on the path to recovery by accessing the support you need, and be with you every step of the way.