Sauk Valley Community College

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Whiteside County Victim's Assistance Program

Address: 200 East Knox Street, Morrison, IL 61270 Eastern Branch Court Facility 101 East Third Street, Sterling, IL 61081

Phone: Morrison: (815) 772-5194, Sterling: (815) 535-4540

Fax: Morrison: (815) 772-4299

Contact: Gary L Spencer, State's Attorney

Counties

  • Lee
  • Whiteside

Purpose:

To address the special difficulties faced by victims of crime by providing support and information.

Remarks:

Hours: 8:00AM-4:30PM Monday - Friday. Services: Informing the victim of the case status, Notification of upcoming hearings and subsequent dispositions, Information and education about court procedures, Accompaniment to court and provision of safe waiting area, Assistance with victim compensation and restitution, Assistance with victim impact statement preparation, Referral to service agencies, Employee intercession, Arranging for prompt return of property, Set up Victim Impact panel that DUI offenders are sentenced to attend. Information: Arrange for interpreters for non-English speaking defendants, victims and witnesses. Eligibility: Victims of crime.

Services Provided

  • Legal Services/Child Support

If this information is out-of-date or incorrect, please email any changes to servicesdirectory@svcc.edu.