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Recommend an online services for victims and victim's services.

Victim's Services Resources

 

National Center for Missing & Exploited Children

There site contains valuable information for law enforcement officers and parents. 

 

Identity Theft

This link to the Federal Trade Commission's Website on Identity Theft offers a complete resource for victims as well as law enforcement officials.

 

First Response to Victims of Crime

A Handbook for Law Enforcement Officers on How To Approach and Help

        Elderly Victims

        Victims of Sexual Assault

        Child Victims

        Victims of Domestic Violence

        Victims of Alcohol-Related Driving Crashes

        Survivors of Homicide Victims

 

Victim-Witness Assistance Program
The District Attorneys Office is committed to helping victims of crime and vigorously protecting their rights. With more than 100 staff members and volunteers, our Victim-Witness Assistance Program is the largest victim services program in the nation among district attorneys offices.

The Victim-Witness Assistance Programs mission is to alleviate the trauma and devastating effects of crime on the lives of victims and their families. Victim advocates guide victims through the court process, help victims receive restitution, provide crisis intervention, and provide referrals to counseling and community services. Because Victim-Witness Assistance Program staff members are located at numerous sites throughout the county, crime victims and their families are assisted as closely as possible to their home.


 


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