10560 Victim Assistance Center

Find 10560 victim assistance centers. Victim assistance centers provide information about crime and criminal victimization, domestic violence, NOVA, victims compensation funds and impact statements.

Bridgeport Police Victims Assistance 1395 Sylvan Avenue Bridgeport CT 06606 22.8 miles from 10560 203-332-5522

Waterbury Police Victims Assistance 255 East Main Street Waterbury CT 06702 32.6 miles from 10560 203-574-6906

Bergen County Victims Assistance 10 Main Street Hackensack NJ 07601 39.5 miles from 10560 201-646-2057

Suffolk Indiana Victims Assistance 900 Route 111 Hauppauge NY 11788 41.1 miles from 10560 631-360-2270

Nassau Crime Victims Assistance 262 Old Country Road Mineola NY 11501 41.6 miles from 10560 516-571-4967

Castlewood Victims Assistance 39 North Street Middletown NY 10940 43.2 miles from 10560 845-360-1075

Orange County Crime Victims Assistance 33 Fulton Street Middletown NY 10940 43.4 miles from 10560 845-346-1201

New York Victims Assistance 950 3rd Avenue New York NY 10022 44.5 miles from 10560 646-854-5110

Kingston New York Victims Assistance 5 Pearl Street Kingston NY 12401 46.3 miles from 10560 845-340-3443

Newark New Jersey Victims Assistance 50 Park Place Newark NJ 07102 51.1 miles from 10560 973-648-2107

Hartford Connecticut Victims Assistance 505 Hudson Street Hartford CT 06106 55.5 miles from 10560 860-550-6632

About Victim Assistance Centers

Can victims of any crime receive victim compensation assistance or restitution?

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.

What is the source of funding for victim compensation funds?

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.

How are victims protected after an offender is released from prison?

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.