Crime Victims' Compensation

What is the Crime Victims’ Compensation (CVC) Program?

  • The CVC Program may provide financial assistance to victims of violent crime for related expenses that cannot be reimbursed by insurance or other sources.
  • The Program is administered by the Office of the Attorney General and is committed to assisting victims and claimant who qualify.

Who may be Eligible for Crime Victims’ Compensation Program benefits?

  • Victims of violent crime who suffer physical or mental harm as a direct result of the crime.
  • A victim’s dependents, family or household members who qualify as claimants under the law.
  • Someone authorized by the victim to act on his or her behalf.


For more information, please visit Office Attorney General website (click link below) or you may contact the Crime Victim Liaison from the Hood County Sheriff’s Office at 817-579-3330 EXT 7693.

Crime Victims' Compensation