The Victim/Witness Service Program serves all or part of a community – wide system of comprehensive aid to all victims with a specific issue on providing effective cultural service delivery, without regard to race, religion or sex.
Types of Services Provided
Immediate Crisis Intervention Response.
24 Hour Availability to Law Enforcement, Victims and Witnesses.
Upon Request – Go to the Hospital, Crime Scene, Victim’s House or Other Designated Point.
Screen all Law Enforcement Reports within 48 hours of Receipt and Notify Victims of Services via Telephone, Letter or Personal Visit.
Wyoming Victim Bill of Rights.
The Right to be treated with Compassion, Respect and Sensitivity within the Criminal Justice System.
The Right to Know the Whereabouts of the Defendant and to be informed about the Details and Progress of Your Case.
The Right to Receive Restitution from Offenders.
The Right to be informed about Wyoming Crime Victim Compensation.
The Right to Hire an Attorney and Proceed with Civil Action.
The Right to Reasonable Protection and Safety and the Right to Know of Legal Recourse if Threatened.
The Right to Preservation of Employment while Participating in the Criminal Justice Process.
The Right to be informed about the Opportunity to make a Victim Impact Statement at Sentencing and Parole Hearings.
The Right to be provided with the Names and Official Phone Numbers and Address of the Primary Individuals working on Your Case.