If you have been the victim of a crime, please contact your local law enforcement agency:

  • Larimer County Sheriff's Office: (970) 416-1985
  • Fort Collins Police Services: (970) 221-6540
  • Loveland Police Department: (970) 667-2151
  • Estes Park Police Department: (970) 586-4000

Additional Victim Services

(970) 669-5150

ATV is committed to intervention in, education about, and prevention of domestic violence, sexual assault and other violent crimes.

(970) 472-4204

Sexual Assault Victim Advocate (SAVA) Center works tirelessly in the Northern Colorado region to provide a 24-Hour Rape Crisis Hotline, as well as numerous therapy options for individuals affected by sexual violence. A critical component of the community. SAVA is the go-to resource to assist anyone who has experienced the trauma of sexual assault.

(970) 493-3833

ChildSafe services are offered to individuals and families troubled by incest and child sexual abuse. Child victims, family members, abusive persons and adults molested as children are encouraged to participate in the ChildSafe program that will be most helpful to them. Our commitment in safeguarding children and giving families and individuals the assistance they need. 

(970) 226-1788

Assists and provides support to victims regardless of race, religion, gender, or age to help equip them to live full and whole lives and to heal, strengthen, and provide hope.


Victims of crime have the following responsibilities:

  1. Keep appropriate community justice authorities informed of their or their representative's current name, address, and telephone number, and any changes in this information;
  2. Provide a written request to the appropriate agency if they want to be notified of information regarding the post sentencing process.
  3. Request forms for enrollment information can be obtained from the District Attorney's Office, the Probation Department, the Department of Corrections, the Division of Youth Corrections or the local jail;
  4. For victims of cold cases for which the crime has a statute of limitations of longer than three (3) years, to request in writing an annual update in the status of the case;
  5. To request notification of the release of a person accused or convicted of a crime from the county jail;
  6. To request notification by the court of a defendant's petition to stop sex offender registration; and
  7. To request that correctional officials keep their address, telephone, place of employment and other personal information confidential.
  8. If you feel that your rights have been violated, you should attempt to seek compliance on the local level
  • Crime can have a devastating and lasting impact on your finances, which is why the Crime Victim Compensation Act was written into law in 1982.  Crime Victim Compensation provides financial assistance to eligible crime victims to lessen the financial burden placed upon them as a result of a crime.
  • The Crime Victim Compensation Board of the Eighth Judicial District and staff are dedicated to conducting an open, fair, and equitable application and award process for all compensation requests received.  Each board member has experience working with crime victims and is familiar with the impact of crime.

Find more information on Crime Victim Compensation