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  • Crime Victims Services Section
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  • The Crime Victims Services Section is civilianized unit comprised of one Crime Victims Liaison Supervisor, two Victim Specialist, and one Crisis Counselor.
  • Office Hours: Monday Friday (8:00 AM to 5:00 PM)
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  • Mission Statement:
    The Victim Services mission is to help victims prevail over trauma of their victimization by assisting and advocating for safety. The Victim Service Unit will provide information, assistance and support to victims of crime.
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  • History:
    The Crime Victims' Services Unit started in August of 2000 for the purpose of assisting victims of crime with crisis intervention at the time of the incident. The Unit is dedicated in providing direct, personal services to victims and their families. The services range from providing referrals to counseling and social services to financial assistance through the Texas Crime Victims' Compensation Program. It is staffed by two highly trained victim advocates, a Victim Service Liaison and a Victim Resource Provider, who strive to assist crime victims through the intervention of social services combined with law enforcement.
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  • Crime Victim Services Brochure Staff
 
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