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Embassy Of United Chaplains Corporation 

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VICTIM COMPENSATION, SERVICES & RIGHTS
1-800-822-8428

CRISIS SERVICES - 24 HOUR HOTLINES:

Domestic Violence: advocates, emergency shelter, counseling and other services: 
1-888-774-2900 Statewide, Toll-Free.

Ansonia

(203) 763-9944Middletown(860) 347-6971
Bridgeport(203) 334-6154New Britain(860) 225-6357
Danbury(203) 731-5206New Haven(203) 789-8104
Dayville(860) 774-8648New London(860) 447-0366
Enfield(860) 763-4542Norwalk(203) 852-1980
Falls Village(860) 824-1080Stamford(203) 357-8162
Greenwich(203) 622-0003Torrington(860) 482-7133
Hartford(860) 527-0550Waterbury(203) 575-0036
Meriden(203) 238-1501Willimantic(860) 456-9476


 
Sexual Assault: counseling, advocacy: 1-888-999-5545 Statewide, Toll-Free.

Bridgeport(203) 333-2233New Haven(203) 624-2273
Danbury1-888-999-5545New London(860) 437-7766
Hartford(860) 522-6666Stamford(203) 329-2929
Meriden(203) 235-4444Torrington(860) 482-3613
Middlesex County(860) 635-4424Waterbury(203) 753-3613
Milford(203) 878-1212Willimantic(860) 456-2789
New Britain(860) 223-1787  

INFORMATION AND SUPPORT SERVICES

INFO-LINE211
Elder Abuse1-888-385-2288
Child Abuse Care Line1-800-842-2288
Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD)1-800-544-3690
Survivors of Homicide1-888-833-4764
Office of Victim Advocate1-888-771-3126

OFFICE OF VICTIM SERVICES: 1-800-822-8428
Information, advocacy, counseling, referral, notification, and victim compensation

 

Victim Rights & Services

VICTIMS OF CRIME HAVE RIGHTS, including the right to:



  • Help getting emergency medical care.
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  • Be notified about arrest and court proceeding.  Arraignment may occur the day after arrest.  Contact the clerk of court to check on status, court data and location.
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  • Receive information on conviction, sentencing, imprisonment and release of the offender.

  • Reasonable protection from the accused.

  • Protection from employer harassment when under subpoena as a witness.
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  • Timely disposition of the case after arrest of the accused.
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  • Return of property the police took for investigating the crime.
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  • Get information on services and agencies which help victims.
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  • Be treated with fairness and respect.
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  • Apply for financial assistance.

Family Violence victims:



  • Violence includes threats of violence.
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  • The police officer is responsible for deciding whether or not to make an arrest.
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  • Victims can file a complaint with the police, and ask them to arrest the offender

  • The person arrested for a family violence crime must go to court the next day court is open.  At that time, the victim can request a protective order.

  • Courts have Family Violence Victim Advocates to give victims services and support. Courts also have Family Violence Intervention Units which evaluate cases and serve both victims and offenders.

  • Victims can contact the clerk of the court to learn when the offender is scheduled to be in court.  The Family Violence or Family Relations staff can tell victims which court hearings are important to attend.

  • Victims can get a court order to stop further physical injury or harassment. Contact: the clerk of civil court, a family violence advocate or a lawyer.

 

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