Volunteers are essential to the work we do at Victims of Crime NT. We value the diversity and sense of community that volunteering brings to our organisation. We rely on volunteers to help us offer our range of support services.

Courthouse support

Being a friendly and approachable face for victims/witnesses attending the Darwin Local Court. Assisting victims and/or witnesses with their orientation to the court.

Providing opportunities for victims to be referred to a Victim Support Office (VSO) or other appropiate specialised services.


Work with allocated staff members on projects that are aligned with volunteer skills and experience eg. Planning an event, analysis of crime statistics.

Represent VoCNT at promotional events such as shows, expos and community activities to promote awareness of the
organisation’s services.

Assistance with carrying out home security assessments alongside our trained security assessors.
Provide general administration and office support to VoCNT Staff as required.

All Volunteers are required to undergo a police check and obtain an ochre card. We offer comprehensive training and ongoing skills development opportunities.

Victim Support Groups

Peer Supporters – support a group of victims of crime on their road to healing in a peer support group setting using your ‘lived experience’, organisation and communication skills etc.