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US Attorney’s Office District of Oregon Victim Witness Assistance

The core mission is to pursue justice for criminal acts. The Victim Witness Unit works to ensure that office policies comply with federal victims’ rights laws and encourages the fair treatment and participation of victims in the criminal justice process. Further, the Unit provides current case status information and referral services for crime victims and witnesses.

Ages Served Served

Children – 12 and under;Adolescents – 13-17 years old;Adults – 18-60 years old;Older Adults – 60+ years old

Genders Served

Female – The crime victim identifies as female;Male – The crime victims identifies as male;Trans* – The crime victim identifies as trans*;Gender Non–binary – The crime victim identifies as gender non–binary

Crime Types Served

Bullying;Child Exposed to Violence;Child Physical Abuse or Neglect (Current or Recent);Child Physical Abuse (Historical);Child Pornography;Child Sexual Abuse (Current or Recent);Child Sexual Abuse (Historical);Cyber Crimes;Domestic Violence (Intimate Partner);Domestic Violence (Non-Intimate Partner);Drunk or Drugged Driving;Elder Abuse or Neglect;Fraud/Identity Theft;Gang Violence;Hate Crime;Harassment;Homicide;Human Trafficking (Labor);Human Trafficking (Sex);Kidnapping (Custodial/Familial/Non-Custodial);Property Crime (Robbery/Theft/Burglary/Arson);Sexual Assault;Stalking;Violation of a Court (Protective) Order

Services Provided

Domestic Violence Response Services;General Support Services;Legal or Justice-system Assistance;Safety Planning;Traditional Healing Information and Referrals;Transportation Services (Local);Victim Rights Advocacy (Non-direct services)

Provider Details

Hours of Operation: 8:00-17:00

Email: usaor.vw@usdoj.gov

Website: https://www.justice.gov/usao-or/victim-witness-assistance

Phone Number: 503-727-1000

Additional Information

Can this organization serve minors without parental consent: Services to minors requires parental consent

Languages Spoken: Translation offered via language line (phone) or court interpreter (in-person) for all languages.

Fees: Free

Does this organization have a confidentiality policy?: Yes

Is this organization tribal affiliated: No

Does this organization employee AI/AN staff: Yes

Is this organization a member of a state domestic violence or sexual assault coalition?: No

Does this organization provide traditional healing?: No

Does this organizations provide advocates to appear in tribal courts?: Yes

What populations are able to access services?: Everyone, including non-AI/AN populations

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