R (VA) V CRIMINAL INJURIES COMPENSATION APPEALS PANEL  UKUT 147 The Applicant completed a claim form for criminal injuries compensation in June 2006. She made a claim in respect of abuse from her former partner over a period from July 2001 to March 2002, which included a single assault on the 22nd February 2002. Full report here.
R(VA) V FIRST TIER TRIBUNAL AND CRIMINAL INJURIES COMPENSATION AUTHORITY  UKUT 147 (AAC) The Applicant made a claim for compensation to the CICA for abuse over a period of time from 07/2001 to 03/2002. Her claim made a reference in section 4(e) of the claim form and also to a rape at section 8(a) and further references to the rape in a psychological report.Full report here.
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