Victim / Witness Assistance

Victim Advocates offer services to victims and witnesses of all crime types. Assistance is provided from the moment the crime occurs for as long as assistance is needed. A Victim Representative will speak with you and determine how we can assist you. Program services are provided free of charge and there is no legal citizenship requirement to receive assistance. If you have been a victim of a crime that occurred in Placer County and need assistance, you can call 916-543-8000.

Meet with a victim advocate by appointment Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Victim  Survivor Resource

Victim Services

  • Assistance with Victim U-Visa Referrals in Domestic Violence and Sexual Abuse Cases
  • Case Status and Case Disposition InformationVictim Services
  • Child Care Referrals
  • Counseling Referrals
  • Court Escort and Court Support
  • Court Waiting Area
  • Creditor Intervention
  • Crime Prevention Information
  • Crisis Intervention
  • Emergency Assistance
  • Employer Notification
  • Funeral/Burial Assistance
  • Notification of Family and Friends
  • Orientation to the Criminal Justice System
  • Property Return Assistance
  • Resource and Referral Assistance
  • Transportation Assistance
  • Victim of Crime Compensation Application Assistance
  • Witness Notification

Joint Powers Unit

The Placer County District Attorney Victim Services Center includes a Joint Powers Unit that processes Crime Victims applications for reimbursement of crime-related out of pocket expenses, including:

  • Funeral/Burial
  • Home Security
  • Medical/Dental
  • Mental Health Counseling
  • Relocation Assistance
  • Wage/Income Loss

View Victims of Crime Compensation forms.

  1. Victim/Witness Assistance Program

    Physical Address
    10810 Justice Center Drive
    Suite 240
    Roseville, CA 95678

    Fax 916-543-2594

    Monday through Friday
    8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
    Excluding county holidays