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Commissioner Andrew Haggerty
Magdalena Morales-Aina, LPC-S

Contact Information

800 E. Overland
Suite 100
El Paso, Texas 79901
Phone (915) 273-3344
Fax (915) 273-3347

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The Victim Services Program assists all victims of crime whose offender is on community supervision (probation).

Notification of probation status, hearings, changes, etc.

Personal Advocacy such as calling landlords, writing letters, conducting home visits, etc.

Court Accompaniment to support the victim, to answer questions regarding the hearing, and to act as a liaison between the victim and the probation officer.

Information pertaining to criminal justice system, the case of the offender, and CVC.

Referrals to counseling and other agencies and programs for assistance.

Unresolved Restitution Services by searching for victims, determining amounts, collecting receipts, acting as liaison between the victim and the probation officer.

V.I.N.E Victim Information & Notification Everyday will advise you of probation changes in the case and when a restitution payment has been paid to you.

Attention Crime Victims

Do you want to share your story?

If you are a victim of a crime and want to share your story in front of other people or with your offender, the Adult Probation Department is seeking your assistance for:

Victim Impact Panels
Victim Impact Panels (VIP) offer victims of crime the opportunity to tell their story to an audience. The purpose of these panels is to educate the offender/audience, to emotionally impact the offender/audience to feel remorse, empathy, and understand the victimization process, to aid in the continued healing process for the victim, to provide a venue for victims of crimes to express their loss, and to provide a safe, controlled environment for interaction between victim and offender/ audience.

Victim Offender Mediation
Victim-Offender Mediation (VOM) is a program offered by the Adult Probation Department that provides victims of crime the opportunity to have a structured face-to-face meeting with their offender in a secure, safe environment and in the presence of a trained mediator.

If you are interested or want more information, contact the Victim Services Program at (915) 273-3345. All applicants will be screened.