The Victim Services Unit will continue to support the mission of the Field Operations Section and all other law enforcement agencies statewide.
The unit will coordinate with State, County, and Municipal agencies to develop and implement domestic violence and sexual violence training programs, and continue to effectively work with road troopers to enhance training on the proper handling of these types of crimes.
The Victim Services Unit will work to ensure that victims' needs are met and their rights are upheld in an effort toward reducing the frequency of violent injuries and deaths as a result of domestic violence incidents.
The unit will advocate for victim's rights by expanding troopers' knowledge on how to assist victims through the best means possible and educate troopers on victim's rights.
Activities of the Victim Services Unit:
Q. How can the Victim Services Unit help crime victims and/or their families?
A. A victim liaison Investigator of the Victim Services Unit can assist victims and/or their families by telephone, and will provide assistance based on the specific needs of each situation. He/she can assist the victim and his/her family by providing information on community resources, advocacy and support while the victim is in the criminal justice system.
Q. What if I have further questions?
A. For further information, please contact the Victim Services Unit at 609-882-2000.
Victim Service Unit Contact Information 609-882-2000
|A/SFC Brian Miller #5752||Unit Head||ext. 2375|
|Maggie-lou Mari||Investigator I||ext. 2159|
|Christine Roeder||Investigator II||ext. 2163|
|Rachel Lester||Investigator II||ext. 2336|
|Randy Wentzell||Investigator II||ext. 2164|
|Leigh Smith||Investigator II||ext. 2162|
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