Crime Victim Compensation
Who is eligible?
- An innocent victim who suffers injury from a crime.
- A dependent or legal representative of an innocent victim who has been killed as a result of a crime.
- A person who is injured while aiding a crime victim or helping a police officer.
- A person who suffers a reaction from the death of a family or household member.
- Persons who are injured in an automobile accident caused by a drunk driver.
- Persons who report the crime to law enforcement within five days in most cases.
- Persons who did not cause or contribute to the crime.
- Persons who cooperated with law enforcement.
What Compensation may be paid?
- Injury or death benefit up to $40,000.
- Medical, hospital, surgical, pharmacy, and mental health expenses.
- Lost wages.
- Loss of support to dependents of victims.
- Reasonable replacement cost of clothing or bedding held as evidence.
- Reasonable replacement value for property held as evidence or made unusable by lab testing.
- Reasonable costs for securing and cleaning a scene up to $1,000.
- Cost of homemaker services.
- Funeral services up to $2,000.
Police Department 2016 Annual Report
The 2016 Police Dept. Annual Report contains a Crime Summary; Arrest Summary; Strategic Direction; Staff Roster; and reports from Administrative Services, Operations, Emergency Management & Civilian Services, Fleet Maintenance, SWAT, etc.
Read the Report (pdf)