Victim Services Unit


The Victim Services Unit supports the mission of the Field Operations Section and all other law enforcement agencies statewide by coordinating 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 and working with victims.

Victims may not have access to or be aware of the available resources and professional assistance. The Victim Services Unit staff is prepared to assist victims, witnesses and families with these issues.

Activities of the Victim Services Unit:

  • Ensure that victims' needs are met and rights are upheld
  • Advocate for victims’ rights by expanding troopers' knowledge of how to assist victims through the best means possible
  • Provide information and referrals to area social service providers
  • Provide community awareness through presentations and trainings, as well as representing the Division on domestic violence and sexual assault policy and protocol, on committees and boards

NJ State Police Contacts

Victim Service Unit
Contact Information - 609-882-2000

- Unit Head
609-882-2000 ext. 2375

Informational Packets for Victims of Sexual Assault

As pursuant to P.L.2021, c.62, any law enforcement agency that has received a report of aggravated sexual assault or sexual assault shall make a packet of information available to the victim. These packets shall provide victims with County specific information. The packets are compiled and maintained by the County Prosecutor’s Office. These packets include, but are not limited to, the following information:

  • The victim shall be provided with a designated telephone number from the Prosecutor’s Office that the victim may call at any time for updates concerning the victim’s case.
  • The victim shall be provided with the contact information of the appropriate county Office of Victim Witness Advocacy.
  • The victims shall be provided with information pertaining to their rights as a crime victim, the criminal justice process, and available existing services and resources.

Packets by New Jersey County:

Recruiting Volunteer Advocates

The New Jersey State Police is looking for civilian members of the community to work collaboratively with NJSP stations throughout the state as volunteer advocates for county Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault Response Teams. If you are interested in volunteering, please see the list of county programs via the following links: Domestic Violence Information | New Jersey State Police ( & Sexual Violence | New Jersey State Police (

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