The Victim Service Program has 4 staff members that work out of the Bailey substation and the main office in Fairplay.

The staff members have achieved certification from the: Our staff members have over 34 years of combined experience in providing crisis intervention services to victims; including supporting victims in the court system, assisting with the victim compensation application and supplying extensive referral services.

Program Funding & Affiliates
The Victim Services Program works closely with the Mountain Peace Shelter, the Department of Human Services, the District Attorney’s Office, and other local service providers to ensure a coordinated response for victims of crime.

Our program is funded through a Victim Advocacy Through Law Enforcement (VALE) grant, a Victim of Crime Act (VOCA) grant and county support. Our Sexual Assault Response Team was funded through a Violence Against Women Act Stimulus grant (VAWA).