Cambridge & Peterborough Rape Crisis Partnership

The Cambridge and Peterborough Rape Crisis Partnership (CAPRCP) comprises two independent dedicated specialist sexual violence organisations, Cambridge Rape Crisis Centre (CRCC) and Peterborough Rape Crisis Care Group (PRCCG). The partnership has over 60 years’ combined experience in the design and delivery of specialist support services to survivors of rape and sexual abuse, regardless of when the abuse happened.

Our core purpose is to alleviate the psychological and emotional trauma that affects survivors of sexual violence and assist them to overcome both the short and long-term effects of sexual violence whilst they work to regain control of their lives and make positive decisions about their future.

Specialist Services For Survivors of Sexual Violence

Both CRCC and PRCCG provide specialist sexual violence services to women and children who have experienced sexual violence and/or sexual abuse at any point in their lives. This includes but is not restricted to: rape, sexual assault, child sexual abuse, sexual harassment, rape within marriage/relationships, forced marriage, so-called honour-based violence, female genital mutilation, trafficking, child sexual exploitation, institutional sexual abuse and ritual abuse. Our ISVA service is also open to men.

All our specialist services are free at the point of access and are available to survivors whether they choose to report to the police or not.