From the Victim Assistance Program within the office of:
4th District Prosecutor Matt Durrett
280 N. College, Suite 301
Fayetteville, AR 72701
- Information / Education about the criminal justice system
- Referrals to community helping agencies
- Support at every stage in the criminal court process
- Liaison between victims and prosecutors
- Notification of court dates
- Escort to hearings / trials
- Advocacy on behalf of victims with employers, landlords, law enforcement, the judicial system and other service providers
We also provide:
- Assistance with filing petitions for Protective Orders
- Assistance with filing Crime Victims Reparations
Victims of violent crimes and their families may apply for financial assistance to pay medical bills, counseling fees, income loss, funeral expenses, and more.
- The crime must be reported to law enforcement within 72 hours and a claim must be filed within one year.
- The victim must cooperate with the investigation of the crime and must not have contributed to his/her injury or death.
For Services or Information, please call (479) 444-1570 and ask for the Victim Assistance Program.
For more information, go to the Attorney General's Office website.