Oklahoma's Victims' Services Unit supports crime victims and their families by providing information, connection to local services, and direct assistance throughout the criminal process. Oklahoma Attorney General Mike Hunter is committed to ensuring victims know their rights and are treated with the utmost respect.
The unit also provides training for law enforcement officers, prosecutors and victim advocates. If you have questions or concerns, please call (405) 521-3921.
Crime Victims' Rights
To view the full lists of crime victims' rights including special rights for victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking and human trafficking click here.
To download and print these rights from our revised Victims' Rights brochure, click here.
Crime Victims' Rights Resources for Law Enforcement
The revised Oklahoma Crime Victims Rights Brochure, pursuant to Oklahoma Statute Title 21, § 142A-2 and 142A-3, is available for download here.
Please contact the Oklahoma District Attorneys Council at (405) 264-5006 to request printed copies of the Oklahoma Crime Victims Rights brochure.
Oklahoma's hotline for citizens seeking help or information about domestic violence, stalking and sexual assault is called the Safe-Line. The Safe-Line informational card in English and Spanish is available for download here.
For printed copies of the Safe-Line card, please contact our office at (405) 522-2294.
The Lethality Assessment Program (LAP) Model Form, pursuant to Oklahoma Statute Title 21, § 142A-3(D), is available for download here.
The Victim Services Unit oversees funding and certification for domestic violence/sexual assault, batterers intervention and adult victims of sex trafficking programs across the state.