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Victim & Witness Information

No one expects to be a victim of crime. But it happens. If you or someone close to you is affected by crime, you may be shocked, angered, or shamed and you may feel helpless and confused. Remember that the cooperation of victims and witnesses is very important.

If you have been a victim of or witness to a crime, where do you turn for information and support? There are several services at the University of Minnesota that offer crime victims and witnesses support and guidance.

Victim Rights and Services

Dealing with Threats

Services for Domestic Violence Victims

Victim Information and Notification Everyday (VINE)

 

Identity Theft

Sexual Assault

I have filed a police report with the University of Minnesota Police Department (UMPD). How do I obtain a copy of the police report?

To receive a copy of the police report, call 612-624-COPS (2677) or stop by the UMPD from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday-Friday. You will be asked for the Case Control Number (CCN) that you should have received from the police officer. If you do not have the CCN, the report can be located by obtaining your name or other information. The report can be mailed, faxed, or e-mailed to you. The UMPD does not charge a fee for police reports in most situations.

VICTIM & WITNESS BILL OF RIGHTS

As a victim of or a witness to a crime, you have the right to...

...be treated with fairness and respect for your dignity and privacy.

...be reasonably protected from the accused offender.

...be notified of court proceedings.

...be present at all public court proceedings related to the offense, unless the court determines otherwise.

...confer with an attorney for the Government in the case.

...available restitution.

...information about the conviction, sentencing, imprisonment, and release of the offender.

 
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