The Prescott Valley Police Department Victim Services is dedicated to assisting the victims of crime and survivors by providing information on victim rights, the court process, and community resources.
Your Victim Rights are part of the Arizona State Constitution. As a victim of crime there are automatic rights but there are also rights that you must request. Victim Services will help you better understand these rights and how you can exercise them to your benefit.
The Criminal Justice System is daunting and not easily understood. Victim Services is committed to assisting victims and survivors of crime to understand and participate in the Criminal Justice process in a meaningful way. If you need someone to accompany you to court to provide support, Victim Services is willing and able to help.
There are numerous community resources available to victims and survivors of crime. Victim Services works with and partners with many organizations to assist the victim in recovery. Our goal is to ensure that you know the resources that will help you regain your well-being.
Another objective of Prescott Valley Police Department Victim Services is to ensure the timely delivery of information and services to victims. This will enhance your capacity to quickly recover from the criminal offense. Don’t be surprised to receive a phone call or a letter from Victim Services with information to assist your recovery.
Our mission is to provide you with the knowledge and resources you need to reclaim your safety and security in our community. Please do not hesitate to contact Victim Services by telephone or email, noted below.
* Bob Steward, Community Service Officer, Victim Services
Phone: 928-772-5113 or 928-772-9261
Prescott Valley Police Department
7601 E Civic Circle
Prescott Valley, AZ 86314
This project is enabled through a grant under the Victims of Crime Act of 1984 (VOCA), Public Law No: 98-473. This project is supported by Grant No. 2015-265 from the US Department of Justice - Office for Victims of Crime. The opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this publication/program/exhibition are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the US DOJ or the Arizona Department of Public Safety.