Victim Services InformationAnnette Chrisemer, Victims Services Coordinator (503) 540-8041
Offenders are often ordered by the Court to have "no contact" with the victim (or victims) of their crimes. These orders appear on release agreements and sentence orders and as conditions for parole/post-prison supervision and probation. If the offender violates this conditions, there can be serious consequences. If you are a crime victim listed on a "no contact" order and the offender is not abiding by that order, call 911. It is important to remember that no protective order provides absolute safety.
Useful Information for Victims
What kind of information can crime victims receive?We can tell you:
What assistance will Victims Services provide to victims?
These services are provided for your benefit and are completely confidential. Choosing to utilize Victims Services does not mean you will come into contact with the offender. We encourage you to call with any questions or concerns. What should you do if the offender keeps harassing you, or if you see him/her violating the probation, parole or post-prison supervision?Call the PO or Victims Services Coordinator and make a report. The PO will investigate to determine if there is a violation of supervision conditions. If the activity continues and it is a crime, contact your local police. In most cases, the PO will be notified of any police contact. Click here for the Victims Services brochure. For Spanish brochure, click here.
Victims Services Coord (Parole & Probation)
Victims Assistance (District Attorney)http://www.co.marion.or.us/DA/victimassistance/
Mid-Valley Women’s Crisis Centerwww.mvwcs.com
(503) 399-7722 (24 hour Hotline)(503) 378-1572 Office
Oregon Department of JusticeCrime Victims’ Compensation Programhttp://www.doj.state.or.us/crimev/comp.shtml
Oregon Department of JusticeCrime Victims Rightswww.oregoncrimevictimsrights.info
Parole Board: Victim Assistance Clerk
Vine: Victims Information & Notification Everyday*(note below)
Marion County Jail Release Office