Parallel Justice For Victims of Crime

Parallel Justice For Victims of Crime



 
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Information for crime victims
 

This list includes several ways the courts and laws of Vermont address the harms a victim of crime has experienced. Click on each one for more information about how it works.

The Criminal Justice System

Civil Justice for Victims of Crime

Restorative Justice Processes

Victims Compensation

Restitution Payments

The best way to find out about people and organizations who can possibly help you with any problem is by dialing 2-1-1 on your phone.  This free, state-wide directory of services has knowledgeable and helpful staff to help you find information and assistance for almost any need. They are available 24 hours a day and have translators for nearly any language.  Just call 211 or look online at http://www.vermont211.org/

 

Vermont Victim Services Resource Directory

Also, the Vermont Center for Crime Victim Services has a really great (also free!) book with up to date contact information and details about the many different programs and organizations that help crime victims in Vermont.  A copy of it is online, or you can call them at (802) 241-1250 and ask them to send you a copy.