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Victim Advocacy Services

  • 27 Mar 2009
  • 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
  • LLU Marriage & Family Clinic, 164 W. Hospitality Lane, San Bernardino, CA 92408

Victim Advocacy Services


Janet Hulse, San Bernardino District Attorney, Office on Victim Advocacy Services


In the past victims of crime have often felt that they had few rights and too little support navigating confusing legal system.  The Victim Services unit helps to link witnesses and survivors to counseling and support services in the community, to short-term emergency services, and possibly to compensation for expenses related to the crime.  They also help victims work with the DA's office and with law enforcement.

Objectives:

  1. Receive an overview of the Victim Services program and details about the types of services offered
  2. Learn about victim compensation including:a) the claim process; b) eligibility; c) benefits available; and d) the billing process

Bio:

Janet Hulse has spent more than a decade working with victims and witnesses in the Inland Empire.  Her position has given her experience and specialized training to work with survivors of child abuse, domestic violence, and elder abuse.

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