crime Victim Services
Under the Office of CORE Services, the Victims Services Unit (VSU) provides assistance and information to crime victims and witnesses in Nassau County. The Nassau County District Attorney’s Office (NCDA) recognizes that crime victims and their families, and witnesses to crimes, need support and information at every stage of a criminal proceeding. VSU is staffed by Crime Victim Advocates and Legal Interpreters, who are assigned to various Bureaus throughout the office. VSU assists victims, witnesses and their families, in navigating the criminal justice system and the process of a criminal case being prosecuted by the NCDA. All services offered by VSU are free of charge and available in multiple languages.
For a full list of services click here.
Find a variety of contacts inside and outside our office that assist crime victims.
If you were injured as a result of a crime and have suffered serious financial hardship or are a person who depended on a victim of crime for support, you may be eligible to receive compensation from the State of New York.
The Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner Program provides victims of rape and sexual assault with expert, confidential medical care and emotional support.
The Crime Victims' Advocates Unit has compiled a list of all social service agencies which might be able to provide services to you.