Davis County is now releasing a digital monthly newsletter called the Davis County Connector!
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800 West State Street
Farmington, Utah 84025
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Below you will find resources available for victims of a crime.
The Utah Legislature passes a victims’ bill of rights to ensure all victims and witnesses of a crime, especially children, are treated with courtesy and sensitivity.
Below are the applications for the crime victim reparations program for the State of Utah office.
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Below is the general resource list.
Promotor/a Outreach Program
Below are documents regarding a safety plan for leaving abuse behind.
View the General Court Information page which contains complete lists of local affiliate Courts and Law Enforcement, and court approved community service agencies.
Clerk of the Court800 West State St. Farmington, Utah 84025
Sexual harassment, limiting reproduction freedom, infliction of pain during sexual intimacy, or the use or threat of physical force to make a cohabitant perform a sexual act.
Are you the victim of a crime in need of housing help?
Davis Area Victim Housing Assistance program can offer short-term assistance, such as:
This program is not designed to help with:
Hannah PotterHousing Advocate
55 S. State Street Clearfield, Utah 84015
Call (801) 415-4300. Have all of the case information ready such as; the defendants name and case number and she will be able to direct you to the best person to help you.
There are many different reasons why a case has been declined. If you call the Davis County Attorney’s Office at (801) 415-4300 and speak with the secretary, they can get you in touch with someone who can tell you why the case was declined.
Under Utah Statute 77-38a-302 it states that restitution is allowed when:
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