This section has information to help crime victims find services in their
community. The resources section has contact information for:
If you are the victim of a felony crime in Arizona, you should
start by contacting your County Victim Witness program.
- Native American
The Forms for Arizona Crime Victims includes two types you can use and print
from this site and then submit to the appropriate organization. To use the
online version of the
Orders of Protection and Victim Compensation form, open the
page, type your information then save to your computer, then print. Please note, this information is NOT collected, stored or otherwise accessed by
our website. Also included are forms that victims should know are used by
state agencies. These forms must be completed by the appropriate state
Arizona Voice for Crime Victims, nor the Crime Victim Law Institute, make
either express or implied warranties regarding the use of these materials. Each attorney must depend on his or her own research, knowledge of the
law, and expertise in using or modifying these materials.
Do you have to pay for a copy of the
police report? Be sure to check the public policy section. AVCV has
been working to get local jurisdictions to provide crime victims a free copy of
the police report relating to their victimization. A table lists which
cities provide crime victims with a free police reports.