Victim Assistance Program PDF Print E-mail

This office will be closed Friday April 6th 2012 in observance of Good Friday

The Victim Assistance Program, administered by the Office of the Commonwealth’s Attorney, helps to insure that crime victims and witnesses receive fair and compassionate treatment while participating in the criminal justice system. If you are a victim or a witness of a crime, your role is vital to the court process. Many victims and witnesses are not familiar with the criminal justice system. The focus of the Program is to acquaint victims and witnesses with the criminal justice system including specific case information, court procedures, and final disposition.

If you are the victim of a crime please use the links below to find iformation on your rights, and on getting help from our office.

Are you a victim? Look at our brochure

Washington County Victim Witness Services Brochure

Victim and Witness Rights

http://www.dcjs.virginia.gov/victims/documents/victimsWitnessRightsActSummary.pdf

SWVA Legal Aid

http://www.svlas.org/

Impact Statement

http://www.dcjs.virginia.gov/victims/documents/victimimpactstatement.pdf

 

Criminal Injuries Compensation

http://www.cicf.state.va.us/

 


 

Contact Information


Address
Office of the Commonwealth's Attorney
Courthouse
191 East Main Street
Abingdon VA, 24210

Phone
(276) 676-4200

Fax
(276) 676-6293

Email
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Office Hours
Weekdays 8:30am - 5:00pm