Robert S. Willett, District Attorney
As a victim of crime, you may be experiencing some emotional discomfort or some confusion concerning the criminal justice process. The Victim Assistance Program of the Twelfth Judicial District would like to offer our assistance with any problems you may be experiencing due to this crime. We can assist with information regarding your case, referrals to community agencies, help with victim compensation claims. restitution, support with law enforcement/court process, or just be available to talk with you about your feelings and concerns regarding the case.
If you are a victim of a crime as stated in C.R.S. 24-4.1-302(1)(a)-(hh) you have the constitutional right to be informed of certain Information and court dates. Whenever possible, we will notify you of these dates. A list of these hearings can be found below, so that you may keep track of them.
If you have further questions regarding the process or the case in which you have been victimized, please contact the Victim Assistance Program at:
(719) 589-3691 FOR ALAMOSA, CONEJOS AND COSTILLA COUNTIES
(719) 657-3670 FOR MINERAL, RIO GRANDE AND SAGUACHE COUNTIES
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We are sorry that you or your family have been physically or emotionally injured as the result of a crime, you may be eligible to receive compensation for your financial losses.
To apply for victim compensation, you need to contact the administrator in the Twelfth Judicial District if that's where the crime occurred.
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Ms. Tammy Rogers
District Attorney's Office
426 San Juan Avenue
Alamosa, CO 81101
Fax (719) 589-2734
You may be eligible to receive crime victim compensation if:
Additionally, in order to be eligible for victim compensation in Colorado, you must meet this criteria from the Crime Victim Compensation Statute:
The local victim compensation board may waive some of these requirements for good cause or in the interest of justice. This includes application deadlines.