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Crime Victim Compensation  

In many crimes there are victims left alone to deal with what has happened. Often these victims are children or individuals who have few means to cope with the problems or recover the losses. The state of Colorado has created the Victim Compensation Program to assist victims of crime.

Who Can Apply?

  • Victims of Crimes
  • Families and Dependents of a Deceased Victim
  • Persons Authorized to Act on Behalf of a Victim


For more information or to make a referral, call Victim/Witness Assistance - (970) 244-1730.

We also have the names of Victim Compensation Coordinators in each judicial district and each state if you need to refer someone to the Victim Compensation Board where the crime occurred. 

The Crime Victim Compensation staff and Board shall not discriminate because of race, creed, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, political affiliation, sexual orientation, veteran status, disability or any other non merit factor in the acceptance, review and approval of a Crime Victim Compensation application and request.  To file a discrimination complaint, please visit:

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