Oregon

Coos County Victim’s Assistance Program

Services provided by the Victim’s Assistance Program:
• Support through the criminal justice system (case status information/updates, accompaniment to court, assistance in preparing to testify at hearings, general information about the process.)
• Advocacy for victim rights.
• Assistance with restitution and property return.
• Assistance with the Crime Victim’s Compensation Program.

The participation and cooperation of crime victims is a valued part of the prosecution process. To the extent practicable, the State will consult with crime victims who request to be informed about plea discussions before the final plea arrangements are made.

Only the State can drop charges in a criminal proceeding. The State is responsible for holding offenders accountable for their actions when they break the law. This ensures that the law is enforced consistently and that the community need for justice is met.

Email:

Website: co.coos.or.us/Departments/DistrictAttorney/CrimeVictimAssistance

Phone: (541) 396-7545

Coos County Victim’s Assistance Program

Services provided by the Victim’s Assistance Program:
• Support through the criminal justice system (case status information/updates, accompaniment to court, assistance in preparing to testify at hearings, general information about the process.)
• Advocacy for victim rights.
• Assistance with restitution and property return.
• Assistance with the Crime Victim’s Compensation Program.

The participation and cooperation of crime victims is a valued part of the prosecution process. To the extent practicable, the State will consult with crime victims who request to be informed about plea discussions before the final plea arrangements are made.

Only the State can drop charges in a criminal proceeding. The State is responsible for holding offenders accountable for their actions when they break the law. This ensures that the law is enforced consistently and that the community need for justice is met.

Email:

Website: co.coos.or.us/Departments/DistrictAttorney/CrimeVictimAssistance

Phone: (541) 396-7545

Crime Victims Assistance Section - Department of Justice

If you have been a victim of crime in Oregon, the Crime Victim's Compensation Program (CVCP) may be able to help you. The State of Oregon has recognized the needs of victims and their families.

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Crime Victims' Assistance Network

We are committed to improving crime victim rights and services in Oregon. Part of that work it to inform you about what your rights are and where to find help if you are a victim of crime. Please use the links below to learn more about your rights as a victim of crime and the services that exist in Oregon to help you recover from crime.

Email:

Website: oregonvictims.org/for-victims

Phone: 509-237-1220

Crime Victims' Services Division (CVSD)

The mission of the Crime Victims' Services Division (CVSD) is to reduce the impact of crime on victims' lives by supporting statewide victim services programs, promoting victims' rights, and providing victims access to information and resources in a compassionate, responsive, and dedicated manner.

Email:

Website: doj.state.or.us/victims

Phone: 503-378-5348 

Oregon Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence

The Oregon Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence (OCADSV) is a non-profit organization that was founded in 1978. OCADSV is a feminist organization made up of programs across the state of Oregon, who serve survivors of domestic and sexual violence.

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National Resources

  • AARDVARC

    This site is for locating state resources for "An Abuse, Rape and Domestic Violence Aid and Resource Collection" organization. Email them at .

  • Victim Information and Notification Everyday

    VINELink is the online version of VINE, the National Victim Notification Network. This is a 24-hour service.

  • Parents of Murdered Children

    To Provide support and assistance to all survivors of homicide victims while working to create a world free of murder.

  • National Organization for Victim Assistance

    A private, non-profit, 501(c)(3) national organization committed to the recognition and implementation of victim rights and services.