Victim Services

Services Provided

The Park County Sheriff's Office Victim Services Program works in conjunction with law enforcement deputies to respond to crime victims and family survivors in cases of crimes against persons and families affected by violent and sudden death.

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Victim advocates provide crisis intervention, information, follow-up support and referrals as required by the Colorado constitutional amendment for victim rights. The Victim Services staff also acts as a liaison between the criminal justice system and the victim.

Staff & Volunteers

Both staff and volunteer advocates are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to provide on-scene crisis intervention, follow-up assistance, and support.

Your Opinion Counts!

The Park County Sheriff's Office would like to hear about your experience with their Victim Services Program and their Law Enforcement Officers.

Our programs want to be responsive to the needs of our community, so please let us know how we are doing and how we can better serve you.

Contact Us

  1. Victim Services


    To reach a Victim Advocate
    24/7 call the Non-Emergency Dispatch at 719-836-4121, then press 5
    Email

    Bailey Office


    Ph: 303-816-5912

    Fairplay Office


    Ph: 719-836-4110

    Mountain Peace Shelter


    Crisis Hotline
    Ph: 303-838-8181

    District Attorney's Office


    Victim's Advocate
    Ph: 719-836-2080

    Hours


    24 Hours a Day,
    7 Days a Week