Criminal justice and liaison service for Oxfordshire

About us

We’re here to help if you have been arrested or charged, and need extra support.

You don’t have to see us, but if you do, we will try and work with what your difficulties are.

We support families and carers too, and vulnerable people including:

  • mental health problems
  • learning disabilities or learning difficulties
  • alcohol or substance misuse issues
  • housing issues

Supporting you

We can give you support if you are at these police stations:

  • Abingdon police station
  • Banbury police station

We can support you if you are at these magistrates’ courts:

  • Oxford Magistrates Court
  • Banbury Magistrates Court

We can also give support for people at Early Intervention Centres.

Sometimes the support we give is over the phone.

If not, we will try to meet you somewhere that is convenient for you so we can talk in person.

Non-urgent advice: Get in touch

We are here to help you 24 hours a day, every day of the week.

  • Criminal justice and liaison service
  • 0300 365 5555
  • Option 1 for adults
  • Option 2 for young people

Page last reviewed: 7 September, 2021