As a victim, you have the right to be provided high-quality service from the English Justice System in London.
The rights of a victim are listed in the Code of Practice for Victims of Crime, a document pertaining to the victim support provided in the UK, including London. It lists down the expectations a victim should have from all criminal justice agencies, including the Crown prosecution service and police.
A victim has the right to be kept in loop of any developments of the case and the law enforcement agencies are entitled to provide such information at least monthly.
It is also the victim’s right to know when a suspect has been arrest or bailed, and charged with the crime committed against you.
When going to the court, if a victim is intimidated or needs help, he has the right to ask for ‘special measures’ which ought to be provided to him.
And a victim has the right to be referred to Victim Support, an organization that provides support to the victims in case a crime has been committed against them. This support takes the form of emotional support that is provided, along with any physical help needed (installing safety locks on the doors, going to the police, or looking for a counselor).
Victim Support can be directly contacted or the Metropolitan Police London can refer a victim to their organization.