Being the victim of a crime; whether it be a break-in , domestic violence, or a violent crime, can be a frightening and overwhelming experience. This page is here to help victims of crime find needed resources, support services, and victim assistance.
The Victim Assistance Unit exists to provide services to all victims of crime within the City of Peoria. Program staff do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, disability or age. Accommodations can be made for non-English speaking victims. Please contact the Peoria Police Department if you have concerns or visit the U.S. Dept. of Justice website at https://ojp.gov/, Arizona Department of Public Safety VOCA Civil Rights Coordinator at Arizona DPS Victim Assistance or Office of the Attorney General Civil rights Division at www.azag.gov/civil-rights.
Domestic Violence Awareness Month
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month! Take a look at our video "Forever Changed by Domestic Violence" which is available below.
The City of Peoria has a dedicated group of professionals and volunteers who work with victims. To learn more about helping others, please use the application form below:
Victim Information Volunteer Brochure (PDF)
Domestic Violence Brochure (PDF)
Domestic Violence Brochure (Espanol) (PDF)
Victim Compensation (PDF)
Victim Compensation (Espanol) (PDF)
Victim's Rights (PDF)
Victim's Rights (Espanol) (PDF)
Homeland Security Investigations ICE Victim Notification Program
If you have questions or want more information from the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement Victim Notification Program Hotline, call Toll Free at 866-872-4973. Visit the ICE Victim Notification Program website.
Victim's Assistance Satisfaction Survey
Tell us how we're doing! If you have been assisted by one of our Victim Advocates, please take our survey to let us know how we can improve our program to help others.