Criminal justice charity Thames Valley Partnership is excited to announce the launch of its new name and brand Hope After Harm.

Headquartered in Buckinghamshire and on the border of Oxfordshire, Hope After Harm is a national charity dedicated to offering vital support for victims of crime, individuals involved in criminal activity, early intervention work and families affected by crime.

The decision to rebrand follows a period of growth and expansion for the charity which sees them operating outside of the Thames Valley region. It was felt Hope After Harm more accurately reflects what the charity does and the difference it makes to people’s lives, whilst also promoting that the work they do is not restricted by a location or area.

Alongside a new name, the rebrand sees Hope After Harm adopt a new logo, new social media account names, rebranded website, and new vision. The new website can be found at and you can follow them on LinkedIn and X (formerly Twitter).

Quote from Nikki Ross, Chief Executive Officer for Hope After Harm said: “I am thrilled to be able to launch Hope After Harm today, it is extremely rewarding to see this come to fruition after many months of hard work from those across the organisation. The previous name of Thames Valley Partnership no longer truly represented the breadth and reach of the work the charity does and we wanted to make sure that we don’t inadvertently restrict how many people we can help because of a name.

“We wanted to make the rebrand process as collaborative as possible and asked our staff, volunteers and our board of trustees to come up with the new name. Hope After Harm was chosen by our board of trustees from a shortlist and I am really pleased with the result.

“I want to reassure our service users that our priority remains to support you and all of those who need our help. Please be assured that the rebrand won’t impact the services and support you get from us in anyway and we will continue to support you in exactly the same way as we did before.”

Phil Dart, Chair of the Board of Trustees for Hope After Harm commented: ”The charity was established 30 years ago by like-minded individuals in the Criminal Justice sector, including representatives from Probation, the Police and local authorities, to provide vital services to support victims and offenders in Thames Valley. As we look to the future, rebranding to Hope After Harm reflects the board’s desire to secure the charity’s future and continue to build on the services that our staff and volunteers so brilliantly provide.”