What type of Crime Victim Services does the Police Department offer?

The Police Department has a full-time Crime Victim Liaison who assists victims of violent crimes through our Victim Assistance Program. The goal of this program is to:

  • Assist victims of crime
  • Protect and advocate the rights of victims
  • Provide resources and referrals in our area
  • Prevent further victimization

Victims are notified of their victim rights through our Victim Assistance Information Booklet which in most cases is provided by the responding officer at the scene of the incident.

Statewide Services

There are many local or statewide services as well. For more information click on our Victim Services webpage.

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