The Suffolk County District Attorney's Office Victim Services Unit provides services to crime victims and witnesses involved in the criminal justice process.
Being the victim of a crime can have a devastating impact on innocent victims. Each victimization has its own tale of loss: the loss of a loved one, the loss of property, the loss of a sense of security, the loss of control over one’s life and the loss of trust. Victims and witnesses often suffer physical, emotional and financial trauma as a result of the crime. Crime affects not only the victim, but also the victim’s family and friends, and the effects of victimization are felt in many ways over a length of time. The Victim Services Unit is here to provide much-needed support for crime victims.
The following are some of the services that the Suffolk County District Attorney's Office Victim Services Unit offer crime victims:
The Suffolk County District Attorney's Office Victim Services Unit is here to help you through the criminal justice process with support and services. We want to help you recover physically and emotionally from a difficult and painful experience.
The Unit can be reached Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at the numbers below:
Suffolk County District Attorney's Office
William J. Lindsay County Complex - Bldg. 77
Veterans Memorial Highway
Hauppauge, NY 11788
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