If you require medical attention, the Police will immediately arrange for an ambulance to take you to the nearest public hospital.
You may be accompanied by any person(s) of your choice throughout the Police investigation, provided that no unnecessary hindrance is caused to the administration of justice.
You will be introduced to Support services provided by non-governmental organisations (NGOs). They are available round-the-clock to provide immediate intervention and support services to victims. Further information and their contact methods can be found in Support Services.
The One-Stop Service Model aims at strengthening the coordination of service provision by different government departments such as Police Force, Hospital Authority and Forensic Pathology Service and NGOs in handling sexual violence reports. Whenever practicable, you may go through all relevant procedures including medical services, giving witness statement and undergoing forensic examination at the same public hospital, to reduce the need for you to travel and repeat the whole process.
Feel free to ask for a break at any stage during Police investigation. Refreshments and meals can also be obtained at your own cost.
After the report, you will be provided with the case number, the name, rank and contact information of the Officer-in-charge of your case for your access to the investigation progress of your case anytime.