Find 20724 victims assistance offices. Victims assistance offices provide information about crime and criminal victimization, domestic violence, NOVA, victims compensation funds and impact statements.
Maryland Crime Victims Assistance 1001 Prince Georges Boulevard Upper Marlboro MD 20774 16.0 miles from 20724 301-952-0063
Baltimore Maryland Victims Assistance 301 West Preston Street Baltimore MD 21201 16.9 miles from 20724 410-767-1834
District of Columbia Victims Assistance 515 5th Street Northwest Washington DC 20001 18.2 miles from 20724 202-637-9204
Washington District of Columbia Victims Assistance 2000 M Street Northwest Washington DC 20036 18.7 miles from 20724 202-467-8700
Washington DC Victims Assistance 1776 K Street Northwest Washington DC 20006 18.7 miles from 20724 202-822-0188
DC Office of Victims Assistance 1350 Pennsylvania Avenue Northwest Washington DC 20004 18.7 miles from 20724 202-727-6239
Montgomery County Maryland Victims Assistance 1301 Piccard Drive Rockville MD 20850 20.0 miles from 20724 301-217-1425
Arlington Victims Assistance 1425 North Courthouse Road Arlington VA 22201 20.9 miles from 20724 703-228-4410
Arlington County Victims Assistance 3033 Wilson Boulevard Arlington VA 22201 21.4 miles from 20724 703-228-4848
Alexandria Virginia Victims Assistance 510 King Street Alexandria VA 22314 24.2 miles from 20724 703-535-6682
Alexandria Victims Assistance 520 King Street Alexandria VA 22314 24.2 miles from 20724 703-746-4100
Fairfax Victims Assistance 10600 Page Avenue Fairfax VA 22030 32.5 miles from 20724 703-246-2141
Westminster Carroll County Victims Assistance 55 North Court Street Westminster MD 21157 33.9 miles from 20724 410-386-2073
Fairfax County Victims Assistance 12000 Government Center Parkway Fairfax VA 22035 34.2 miles from 20724 703-360-7273
Eligibility for victim compensation or restitution varies by state. Generally, anyone who has suffered a crime-related injury or mental trauma may be eligible to request compensation or restitution. In cases of crime-related death, the victim's family may be able to request compensation. In some states, a victim suffering economic losses or damages may also be able to request restitution.
Funding for victim compensation funds comes from penalties and fines paid by convicted offenders. Inmates who are earning wages while incarcerated may be required to pay into a victim compensation fund. Private donations may also be made to victim compensation funds.
Depending on the type of case, special conditions may be placed on the offender's release from prison. These conditions may involve no-contact provisions or prohibitions against coming within a certain distance of a victim's home. Victims may also receive end of sentence notifications and community release notifications.