Victim Services

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 Mission Statement:

The mission of the Carver County Victim/Witness Program is to work directly with victims to reduce the impact of the crime. Staff will work towards assisting crime victims in rebuilding their lives through support, information and referrals.

The Carver County Victim/Witness Program will protect the statutory rights of crime victims, provide emergency assistance in the immediate aftermath of the crime, and provide on-going support to ease the process of participation in the criminal justice system.

The Carver County Victim/Witness Program will also assist witnesses who have been subpoenaed to appear in court.

 The Carver County Victim/Witness Program has three staff members that are available, at differing levels, to provide crisis intervention services, emergency resources, support counseling, referrals, support during a criminal proceeding, assistance with compensation claims and other services as required by individual circumstances.

Staff members are equipped to work with interpreters to assist crime victims.  

 

Tampering with a witness is against the law. If you are threatened, call your local law enforcement agency immediately and also notify the prosecuting attorney.

The Court Processes - What to Expect:

Juvenile

Gross Misdemeanors & Felonies

Misdemeanors

Informational Guides:

Adult Crime Victim Rights Brochure

Juvenile Crime Victim Rights Brochure

Restitution Brochure

Victim Information & Notification Everyday (VINE) Program page 1/2

Victim Information & Notification Everyday (VINE) Program page 2/2

MN Crime Victims Reparations Board (quick reference chart)

Obtaining Police Reports

Access to Investigative Data

National Center for Victims of Crime

Useful Forms:

Victim Impact Statement  NOTE: You have an opportunity to tell us about the emotional and financial effects of this offense. How you were hurt, how you lost money, or how you spent money as a result of this crime. If you want the court to know how the crime affected you, please describe the emotional and physical impact it has had and what you would like to see happen. Do not restate the facts of the case.

Reparations Claim Form

VictimConnect Resource Center provides critical, confidential assistance through phone, text and chat .The VictimConnect Resource Center telephone service operates Monday through Friday between the hours of 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. EST, with chat available from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. EST.  A victim of any crime can contact the VictimConnect Resource Center by phone and text at 1-855-4VICTIM (1-855-484-2846) and through chat

Carver County Attorney's Office Victim/Witness Services

Located at:

604 East 4th Street Chaska MN  55318 Phone:  952-361-1400

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