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Victims Assistance
The Crime Victim Services Unit was created in order to help victims of crime understand their rights in the justice process, answer victims' questions and provide victims with updated information pertaining to their case.

The Victim Services Unit also provides these additional services:
  • Emotional support 
  • Crisis intervention 
  • Keep victim aware of case status 
  • Inform victim of hearing dates and times 
  • Escort victims to court 
  • Help victim obtain an Order of Protection or an Injunction Against Harassment 
  • Accompany victim to interviews pertaining to their case 
  • Help Domestic Violence victims create a safety plan 
  • Locate shelters for Domestic Violence victims 
  • Explain the judicial process 
  • Prepare victim/witness to testify 
  • Help victims prepare a Victim Impact Statement 
  • Serve as victims' liaison to the Prosecutor and Court 
  • Provide resources and referrals

The services available through the Victim Services Unit are provided at no cost to the victim and are confidential pursuant to A.R.S. § 13-4430(A)(B) and (E).

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