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1 COLORADO VICTIM COMPENSATION 2014 ANNUAL REPORT OCTOBER 1, 2013 SEPTEMBER 30, 2014 (Federal Fiscal Year 2014) Colorado Department of Public Safety Division of Criminal Justice, Office for Victims Programs Financial assistance for victims of violent crimes March 2015

2 The Office for Victims Programs mission is to improve the physical and emotional recovery of Colorado s crime victims and to restore victims confidence in the criminal justice system. STAN HILKEY, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY JEANNE SMITH, DIRECTOR, DIVISION OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE NANCY FELDMAN, MANAGER, OFFICE FOR VICTIMS PROGRAMS STEPHANIE PIECHOWSKI, FINANCIAL SPECIALIST ANTHONY TILGER, VICTIM COMPENSATION ADMINISTRATOR COLORADO DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY DIVISION OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE, OFFICE FOR VICTIMS PROGRAMS 700 KIPLING STREET, SUITE 1000 DENVER, CO PHONE: / TOLL FREE FAX: WEBSITE:

3 TABLE OF CONTENTS Page History Applying for Victim Compensation Compensable Losses Funding Restitution State Revenue by Judicial District table History of Federal Victim Compensation Awards to the State of Colorado graph... 7 Federal Funds Subgranted to Judicial Districts (FFY 2014) table Percentage of Payments by Crime Category Statewide totals Payments by Service Type Statewide totals Victim Compensation Program Information Victim Compensation Claims Processed/Funds Expended 1st Judicial District nd Judicial District rd Judicial District th Judicial District th Judicial District th Judicial District th Judicial District th Judicial District th Judicial District th Judicial District th Judicial District th Judicial District th Judicial District th Judicial District th Judicial District th Judicial District th Judicial District th Judicial District th Judicial District th Judicial District st Judicial District nd Judicial District Victim Compensation Annual Report (FFY2014) March 2015 i

4 HISTORY In 1981, the Colorado General Assembly passed legislation creating the Crime Victim Compensation Program. The legislation (C.R.S , Part 1) created a funding mechanism to assist crime victims with actual expenses incurred as a result of criminal acts that are not reimbursed by another source. The statute applies to compensable crimes committed after July 1, The legislation also established victim compensation programs in each of Colorado s 22 judicial districts. Funding and service delivery are decentralized, therefore each district is responsible for the administration, financial management, and decisions regarding its victim compensation funds. The federal Victims of Crime Act (VOCA) of 1984 provided federal funding as well as state level responsibilities to the Crime Victim Compensation Program. Colorado has received federal funds to supplement the state crime victim compensation program since Federal crime victim compensation funds are administered by the Division of Criminal Justice, Colorado Department of Public Safety, and are passed through, or subgranted, to local judicial district Victim Compensation Programs. The Crime Victim Services Advisory Board (Advisory Board) is responsible for the development of, revisions to, and compliance with the Standards for the Administration of Crime Victim Compensation Programs (Standards). The Standards were established in 1992 and have been amended periodically Victim Compensation Annual Report (FFY2014) March

5 APPLYING FOR VICTIM COMPENSATION Colorado s decentralized system establishes a separate victim compensation program in each of the 22 judicial districts. Per Colorado statute, victims are required to file claims for compensation in the judicial district where the crime occurred. Victims may receive a maximum amount of $20,000 for out-of-pocket expenses not covered by insurance or other collateral sources. Victim Compensation is the payor of last resort; therefore, programs require that victims apply for other sources of payment prior to receiving Victim Compensation funds. Some programs are not able to provide crime victim compensation funds up to the $20,000 statutory limit. This is due to the number of claims received by the program, as well as the amount of revenue collected in the judicial district. Additional information can be obtained by contacting the administrators in the individual judicial districts Victim Compensation Annual Report (FFY2014) March

6 COMPENSABLE LOSSES Those eligible for victim compensation funds include any person victimized by violent crime in the state of Colorado, residents of Colorado who are victimized in a state or country that does not have a victim compensation program, or residents of Colorado who are victims of terrorism. Compensable crimes include, but are not limited to: Assault Homicide Sexual Assault Child Abuse DWI/DUI Stalking Robbery Terrorism Kidnapping Arson Other violent crimes including some vehicular crimes Victims may receive up to $20,000 for out-of-pocket expenses not covered by insurance or other collateral sources; and/or, depending on the individual program, up to $1,000 for emergency awards. Losses which are directly related to the compensable crime are eligible for reimbursement, and may include: Medical and dental expenses; Mental health expenses; Economic support (lost wages; loss of support to dependents); Funeral/burial expenses; Repair or replacement of doors, locks and/or windows of residential property. Additionally, applicants must meet the following requirements: Have been the victim of an eligible crime, which occurred on or after July 1, 1982, that resulted in an out-of-pocket financial loss; Reported the crime to law enforcement within 72 hours; Cooperated with law enforcement in the investigation and prosecution of the case; Filed for compensation within one year (within six months for eligible property crimes); Not have substantially contributed to their victimization. Note: C.R.S (2) allows a Board to waive any of these requirements in the interest of justice Victim Compensation Annual Report (FFY2014) March

7 FUNDING The Victim Compensation Programs in Colorado s 22 judicial districts receive funding from fines and surcharges collected at both the state and federal level. State victim compensation funds are collected from offenders who are convicted of, or receive a deferred sentence for, crimes and/or traffic offenses classified as follows: Felony $ Misdemeanor $ Class 1 Misdemeanor Traffic Offenses $ Class 2 Misdemeanor Traffic Offenses $ Class A or class B traffic infraction as delineated in C.R.S (f)(i) and C.R.S (4). (Fees vary as to the type of infraction.) Federal victim compensation funds are collected from federal criminal fines and penalties and awarded to the states by the U.S. Department of Justice, Office for Victims of Crime. States may apply for federal funds on a yearly basis. The federal award is based on a formula which equals 60 percent of the total amount of funds paid to victims from state victim compensation funds in the previous federal fiscal year. The Division of Criminal Justice administers these federal funds by subgranting them to individual judicial districts based on their need and spending patterns Victim Compensation Annual Report (FFY2014) March

8 RESTITUTION Upon sentencing, the court may order the defendant to pay restitution to the victim. Restitution is based on monetary losses suffered by the victim as a result of the crime. Since a case must reach a final disposition for the court to order restitution, victims may not be awarded restitution for a year or more. Victim Compensation Programs are usually able to make an award to a crime victim within 45 days of receiving a completed application, helping victims meet their initial needs. The Court may order an offender to repay the Victim Compensation fund for expenses paid to a victim or service provider on behalf of the victim. In effect, the offender is reimbursing the fund for some or all of the dollars awarded to the victim. This holds the offender accountable for his/her criminal actions. OTHER SOURCES OF REVENUE Each year judicial districts receive additional revenue to their victim compensation fund in the form of interest earned on the state dollars collected, refunds from collateral sources and donations to the fund. Additionally, some districts receive a portion of restitution payments made by defendants and not claimed by the intended recipient (unclaimed restitution) Victim Compensation Annual Report (FFY2014) March

9 STATE REVENUE BY JUDICIAL DISTRICT OCTOBER 1, 2013 TO SEPTEMBER 30, 2014 Unclaimed Dept. of Eligible DA Eligible Court Revenue After Restitution Amount to Fines Interest Revenue Admin Fund* Admin Fund* Deductions Restitution & Donations Refunds Program J.D. (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (10) Formula (1+2+3)x10% (1+2+3)x2.5% (1+2+3)-(4+5) st $794, $ $65, $86, $21, $753, $213, $0.00 $10, $977, nd $909, $0.00 $67.00 $90, $22, $796, $361, $227, $44, $1,429, rd $43, $56.46 $8, $5, $1, $45, $3, $0.00 $0.00 $49, th $839, $ $103, $94, $23, $825, $268, $58, $21, $1,172, th $197, $65.92 $67, $26, $6, $231, $25, $0.00 $6, $263, th $93, $95.14 $19, $11, $2, $98, $69, $ $4, $173, th $128, $ $41, $16, $4, $148, $44, $0.00 $13, $205, th $466, $3, $42, $51, $12, $448, $133, $0.00 $2, $585, th $136, $9.61 $28, $16, $4, $144, $41, $0.00 $1, $187, th $234, $15.83 $18, $25, $6, $221, $37, $3, $5, $267, th $126, $57.20 $27, $15, $3, $134, $38, $0.00 $1, $174, th $83, $ $37, $12, $3, $106, $21, $0.00 $0.00 $127, th $144, $51.51 $52, $19, $4, $171, $49, $0.00 $24, $245, th $102, $ $27, $13, $3, $114, $16, $2, $0.00 $132, th $66, $ $40, $10, $2, $94, $7, $0.00 $ $101, th $47, $31.96 $31, $7, $1, $69, $10, $0.00 $0.00 $79, th $843, $ $55, $89, $22, $786, $173, $0.00 $82, $1,043, th $946, $38.60 $87, $103, $25, $904, $408, $139, $12, $1,465, th $467, $ $38, $50, $12, $442, $164, $0.00 $ $607, th $342, $75.04 $22, $36, $9, $319, $100, $0.00 $3, $422, st $299, $45.65 $33, $33, $8, $290, $144, $6, $10, $451, nd $47, $ $12, $6, $1, $53, $25, $5, $ $84, TOTAL $7,361, $6, $861, $822, $205, $7,200, $2,360, $443, $245, $10,249, * Administrative Funds: Pursuant to statute, the District Attorney and the Court Administrator may use no more than 12.5% (10% District Attorney, 2.5% Court Administrator) of new monies deposited into the victim compensation fund for administrative costs. In some instances, unused administrative funds are returned to the program portion of the fund for the benefit of victims Victim Compensation Annual Report (FFY2014) March

10 HISTORY OF FEDERAL AND STATE VICTIM COMPENSATION FUNDS FOR THE STATE OF COLORADO $9,000,000 $8,000,000 $7,000,000 $6,000,000 $5,000,000 $4,000,000 $3,794,000 $5,933,875 $3,743,000 $7,784,776 $3,560,000 $7,611,285 $4,671,000 $7,408,811 $4,567,000 $7,629,424 $4,445,000 $7,791,489 $4,578,000 $6,843,968 $4,674,000 $7,630,287 $4,106,000 $4,578,000 $3,000,000 $2,000,000 $1,000,000 $ Federal Award Amount to VC Programs State Funds Awarded to Victims of Crime FEDERAL FISCAL YEAR STATE PAYMENTS ELIGIBLE FOR MATCH FEDERAL AWARD AMOUNT 2007 $5,933,875 $3,794, $7,784,776 $3,743, $7,611,285 $3,560, $7,408,811 $4,671, $7,629,424 $4,567, $7,791,489 $4,445, $6,843,968 $4,578, $7,630,287 $4,675, (EST.) $4,106, (EST.) $4,578, Victim Compensation Annual Report (FFY2014) March

11 FEDERAL FUNDS SUBGRANTED* TO JUDICIAL DISTRICTS OCTOBER 1, 2013 TO SEPTEMBER 30, 2014 (FEDERAL FISCAL YEAR 2014) Amount of federal JD dollars 1st $1,060,927 2nd $1,500,000 3rd $ 4th $ 5th $ 6th $ 7th $ 8th $ 9th $ 115,000 10th $ 11th $ 12th $ 13th $ 14th $ 15th $ 16th $ 17th $ 750,000 18th $ 19th $ 20th $ 21st $ 22nd $ Each Judicial District that is eligible for federal victim compensation funds receives an award based upon an actuarial calculation. This calculation takes into consideration 1) a district s fund balance, and 2) weighted expenditure patterns over previous years. Some federal funds are also received for emergencies and/or fund balance shortfalls in order to stabilize the victim compensation funds, if necessary. Not all districts need or apply for federal funds. As the table on this page indicates, four of the districts utilized federal supplemental funds. *The amount subgranted may not equal the dollars spent in the federal fiscal year, as monies may be carried over into the next fiscal year Victim Compensation Annual Report (FFY2014) March

12 PERCENTAGE OF PAYMENTS BY CRIME CATEGORY STATEWIDE TOTALS OCTOBER 1, 2013 TO SEPTEMBER 30, 2014 TOTAL PAYMENTS BY CRIME NUMBER OF NUMBER OF D.V. CLAIMS (OF TOTAL AWARD CATEGORY CLAIMS TOTAL CLAIMS) ASSAULT $6,049, HOMICIDE $1,506, SEXUAL ASSAULT $593, CHILD ABUSE 2360 $2,525, DWI/DUI 176 $739, OTHER VEHICULAR CRIMES 282 $994, STALKING $257, ROBBERY $374, TERRORISM 0 $0.00 KIDNAPPING $53, ARSON 26 3 $40, OTHER $178, TOTAL $13,312, Victim Compensation Annual Report (FFY2014) March

13 PAYMENTS BY SERVICE TYPE STATEWIDE TOTALS OCTOBER 1, 2013 TO SEPTEMBER 30, 2014 TOTAL DOLLARS PAID BY SERVICE TYPE TOTAL AWARD MEDICAL/DENTAL $5,741, MENTAL HEALTH $4,573, ECONOMIC SUPPORT $1,351, FUNERAL/BURIAL $1,281, CRIME SCENE CLEAN-UP $90, FORENSIC SEXUAL ASSAULT EXAMS* $16, OTHER $272, TOTAL $13,328, *Beginning October 1, 2010, federal victim compensation monies started being used to pay medical forensic exams for medical reporting sexual assault victims. A medical reporting sexual assault victim is a victim who has a medical forensic exam but chooses not to participate in the criminal justice process at the time of the exam. States are required to have a funding mechanism in place so that victims are not charged for these exams Victim Compensation Annual Report (FFY2014) March

14 VICTIM COMPENSATION PROGRAM INFORMATION The Victim Compensation Program for each judicial district is located at the District Attorney s Office. To obtain information about filing an application, a victim of a crime should contact the victim compensation administrator in the judicial district where the crime occurred. Questions may also be directed to: The Division of Criminal Justice, 700 Kipling Street, Suite 1000, Denver, CO 80215; or toll free within Colorado at Additional information about Colorado s Victim Compensation program is also provided on the Division of Criminal Justice, Office for Victims Program s website at: Victim Compensation Annual Report (FFY2014) March

15 1 ST JUDICIAL DISTRICT GILPIN AND JEFFERSON COUNTIES MS. AMY GREER 500 JEFFERSON COUNTY PARKWAY GOLDEN, CO (303) TOTAL NUMBER OF NEW CLAIMS RECEIVED DURING THE REPORTING PERIOD 1,647 Assault $657, Homicide 20 1 $89, Sexual Assault 41 5 $75, Child Abuse 386 $603, DWI/DUI 15 $42, Other Vehicular Crime 17 $80, Stalking $148, Robbery 70 3 $64, Kidnapping 3 1 $10, Arson 7 0 $8, Other $37, Total $1,818, Medical/Dental $513, Mental Health $1,012, Economic Support $139, Funeral/Burial $64, Crime Scene Clean-up $30, Other $57, Total $1,818, Victim Compensation Annual Report (FFY2014) March

16 2 ND JUDICIAL DISTRICT DENVER COUNTY MS. LINDA FERRY 201 W. COLFAX, DEPT. 801 DENVER, CO (720) TOTAL NUMBER OF NEW CLAIMS RECEIVED DURING THE REPORTING PERIOD 850 Assault $1,227, Homicide $198, Sexual Assault 79 3 $110, Child Abuse 149 $184, DWI/DUI 43 $154, Other Vehicular Crime 57 $204, Stalking 15 3 $16, Robbery 87 0 $132, Kidnapping 4 1 $11, Arson 0 0 $0.00 Other 0 0 $0.00 Total $2,240, Medical/Dental $1,254, Mental Health $433, Economic Support $353, Funeral/Burial $178, Crime Scene Clean-up $1, Other $19, Total $2,240, Victim Compensation Annual Report (FFY2014) March

17 3 RD JUDICIAL DISTRICT HUERFANO AND LAS ANIMAS COUNTIES MS. MARY FERRERO 200 E. 1 ST STREET, #302 TRINIDAD, CO (719) TOTAL NUMBER OF NEW CLAIMS RECEIVED DURING THE REPORTING PERIOD 19 Assault 8 2 $8, Homicide 2 0 $6, Sexual Assault 2 0 $6, Child Abuse 1 $20.72 DWI/DUI 0 $0.00 Other Vehicular Crime 2 $6, Stalking 0 0 $0.00 Robbery 0 0 $0.00 Kidnapping 0 0 $0.00 Arson 0 0 $0.00 Other 2 2 $ Total 17 4 $28, Medical/Dental $12, Mental Health $1, Economic Support $6, Funeral/Burial $5, Crime Scene Clean-up $0.00 Other $1, Total $28, Victim Compensation Annual Report (FFY2014) March

18 4 TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT EL PASO AND TELLER COUNTIES MS. LISA HADY 105 EAST VERMIJO, SUITE 111 COLORADO SPRINGS, CO (719) TOTAL NUMBER OF NEW CLAIMS RECEIVED DURING THE REPORTING PERIOD 911 Assault $597, Homicide 66 0 $201, Sexual Assault 40 2 $37, Child Abuse 261 $197, DWI/DUI 17 $40, Other Vehicular Crime 21 $87, Stalking 7 1 $7, Robbery 37 0 $70, Kidnapping 2 0 $5, Arson 0 0 $0.00 Other 9 2 $7, Total $1,252, Medical/Dental $631, Mental Health $312, Economic Support $67, Funeral/Burial $235, Crime Scene Clean-up $ Other $4, Total $1,252, Victim Compensation Annual Report (FFY2014) March

19 5 TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT CLEAR CREEK, EAGLE, LAKE AND SUMMIT COUNTIES MS. CHRIS ELMGREEN P.O. BOX 2000 GEORGETOWN, CO (303) TOTAL NUMBER OF NEW CLAIMS RECEIVED DURING THE REPORTING PERIOD 41 Assault $229, Homicide 15 0 $29, Sexual Assault 9 1 $16, Child Abuse 34 $25, DWI/DUI 0 $0.00 Other Vehicular Crime 1 $1, Stalking 2 1 $7, Robbery 6 0 $5, Kidnapping 1 0 $ Arson 0 0 $0.00 Other 0 0 $0.00 Total $316, Medical/Dental $173, Mental Health $106, Economic Support $13, Funeral/Burial $20, Crime Scene Clean-up $0.00 Other $1, Total $316, Victim Compensation Annual Report (FFY2014) March

20 6 TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT ARCHULETA, LA PLATA AND SAN JUAN COUNTIES MS. JANE FOY P.O. DRAWER 3455 DURANGO, CO (970) TOTAL NUMBER OF NEW CLAIMS RECEIVED DURING THE REPORTING PERIOD 132 Assault $100, Homicide 4 1 $5, Sexual Assault 19 1 $23, Child Abuse 36 $38, DWI/DUI 4 $18, Other Vehicular Crime 18 $35, Stalking 1 1 $ Robbery 0 0 $0.00 Kidnapping 0 0 $0.00 Arson 0 0 $0.00 Other 0 0 $0.00 Total $221, Medical/Dental $90, Mental Health $85, Economic Support $8, Funeral/Burial $22, Crime Scene Clean-up $0.00 Other $14, Total $221, Victim Compensation Annual Report (FFY2014) March

21 7 TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT DELTA, GUNNISON, HINSDALE, MONTROSE, OURAY AND SAN MIGUEL COUNTIES MS. ELEASHA CERVANTES MONTROSE COUNTY JUSTICE CENTER 1200 N. GRAND AVE., #D MONTROSE, CO (970) TOTAL NUMBER OF NEW CLAIMS RECEIVED DURING THE REPORTING PERIOD 218 Assault $176, Homicide 6 2 $7, Sexual Assault 17 3 $18, Child Abuse 68 $43, DWI/DUI 14 $49, Other Vehicular Crime 3 $4, Stalking 2 1 $ Robbery 0 0 $0.00 Kidnapping 1 1 $3, Arson 0 0 $0.00 Other 9 8 $8, Total $311, Medical/Dental $147, Mental Health $57, Economic Support $83, Funeral/Burial $16, Crime Scene Clean-up $0.00 Forensic Sexual Assault Exams $ Other $5, Total $311, Victim Compensation Annual Report (FFY2014) March

22 8 TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT JACKSON AND LARIMER COUNTIES MS. AMANDA GRIFFIN 201 LA PORTE AVE., SUITE 200 FORT COLLINS, CO (970) TOTAL NUMBER OF NEW CLAIMS RECEIVED DURING THE REPORTING PERIOD 559 Assault $223, Homicide 10 4 $32, Sexual Assault 26 3 $28, Child Abuse 192 $197, DWI/DUI 2 $3, Other Vehicular Crime 5 $18, Stalking 7 4 $5, Robbery 1 0 $1, Kidnapping 0 0 $0.00 Arson 1 0 $ Other $33, Total $542, Medical/Dental $179, Mental Health $278, Economic Support $20, Funeral/Burial $37, Crime Scene Clean-up $0.00 Other $27, Total $542, Victim Compensation Annual Report (FFY2014) March

23 9 TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT GARFIELD, PITKIN AND RIO BLANCO COUNTIES MR. STEVE AURAND TH STREET, SUITE 308 GLENWOOD SPRINGS, CO (970) TOTAL NUMBER OF NEW CLAIMS RECEIVED DURING THE REPORTING PERIOD 149 Assault $149, Homicide 2 0 $3, Sexual Assault 14 1 $14, Child Abuse 61 $66, DWI/DUI 3 $5, Other Vehicular Crime 12 $32, Stalking 2 0 $1, Robbery 2 0 $1, Kidnapping 1 0 $1, Arson 0 0 $0.00 Other $54, Total $331, Medical/Dental $119, Mental Health $143, Economic Support $49, Funeral/Burial $10, Crime Scene Clean-up $0.00 Other $8, Total $331, Victim Compensation Annual Report (FFY2014) March

24 10 TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT PUEBLO COUNTY MS. FLORENCE HUNT 701 COURT STREET PUEBLO, CO (719) TOTAL NUMBER OF NEW CLAIMS RECEIVED DURING THE REPORTING PERIOD 116 Assault $123, Homicide 15 0 $61, Sexual Assault 1 0 $1, Child Abuse 21 $7, DWI/DUI 7 $27, Other Vehicular Crime 6 $7, Stalking 0 0 $0.00 Robbery 15 0 $5, Kidnapping 0 0 $0.00 Arson 0 0 $0.00 Other 0 0 $0.00 Total $235, Medical/Dental $102, Mental Health $24, Economic Support $35, Funeral/Burial $69, Crime Scene Clean-up $1, Other $1, Total $235, Victim Compensation Annual Report (FFY2014) March

25 11 TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT CHAFFEE, CUSTER, FREMONT AND PARK COUNTIES MS. BARBARA TOPLISS 136 JUSTICE CENTER ROAD, ROOM 203 CANON CITY, CO (719) TOTAL NUMBER OF NEW CLAIMS RECEIVED DURING THE REPORTING PERIOD 102 Assault $53, Homicide 10 8 $54, Sexual Assault 5 1 $14, Child Abuse 9 $12, DWI/DUI 0 $0.00 Other Vehicular Crime 0 $0.00 Stalking 3 0 $15, Robbery 0 0 $0.00 Kidnapping 1 0 $11, Arson 0 0 $0.00 Other 4 4 $2, Total $165, Medical/Dental $30, Mental Health $25, Economic Support $57, Funeral/Burial $34, Crime Scene Clean-up $15, Other $2, Total $165, Victim Compensation Annual Report (FFY2014) March

26 12 TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT ALAMOSA, CONEJOS, COSTILLA, MINERAL, RIO GRANDE AND SAGUACHE COUNTIES MS. TAMMY ROGERS 426 SAN JUAN AVE. ALAMOSA, CO (719) TOTAL NUMBER OF NEW CLAIMS RECEIVED DURING THE REPORTING PERIOD 45 Assault 16 3 $43, Homicide 3 0 $13, Sexual Assault 1 0 $80.00 Child Abuse 6 $4, DWI/DUI 1 $20, Other Vehicular Crime 2 $1, Stalking 0 0 $0.00 Robbery 2 0 $ Kidnapping 0 0 $0.00 Arson 0 0 $0.00 Other 0 0 $0.00 Total 31 3 $83, Medical/Dental $62, Mental Health $4, Economic Support $ Funeral/Burial $14, Crime Scene Clean-up $ Other $1, Total $83, Victim Compensation Annual Report (FFY2014) March

27 13 TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT KIT CARSON, LOGAN, MORGAN, PHILLIPS, SEDGWICK, WASHINGTON AND YUMA COUNTIES MS. JILL OLSEN 400 WARNER STREET FORT MORGAN, CO (970) TOTAL NUMBER OF NEW CLAIMS RECEIVED DURING THE REPORTING PERIOD 216 Assault $103, Homicide 7 0 $22, Sexual Assault 13 2 $3, Child Abuse 44 $26, DWI/DUI 10 $45, Other Vehicular Crime 0 $0.00 Stalking 2 1 $ Robbery 0 0 $0.00 Kidnapping 0 0 $0.00 Arson 0 0 $0.00 Other 0 0 $0.00 Total $202, Medical/Dental $82, Mental Health $38, Economic Support $30, Funeral/Burial $42, Crime Scene Clean-up $6, Other $1, Total $202, Victim Compensation Annual Report (FFY2014) March

28 14 TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT GRAND, MOFFAT AND ROUTT COUNTIES MS. DONNA ZULIAN 221 W. VICTORY WAY, STE. 302 CRAIG, CO (970) TOTAL NUMBER OF NEW CLAIMS RECEIVED DURING THE REPORTING PERIOD 54 Assault $45, Homicide 0 0 $0.00 Sexual Assault 0 0 $0.00 Child Abuse 14 $12, DWI/DUI 7 $52, Other Vehicular Crime 1 $2, Stalking 2 1 $1, Robbery 0 0 $0.00 Kidnapping 0 0 $0.00 Arson 0 0 $0.00 Other 7 7 $6, Total $120, Medical/Dental $53, Mental Health $24, Economic Support $38, Funeral/Burial $2, Crime Scene Clean-up $0.00 Other $1, Total $120, Victim Compensation Annual Report (FFY2014) March

29 15 TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT BACA, CHEYENNE, KIOWA AND PROWERS COUNTIES MS. TAMMY WILLIAMS 110 E. OAK STREET LAMAR, CO (719) TOTAL NUMBER OF NEW CLAIMS RECEIVED DURING THE REPORTING PERIOD 19 Assault 11 4 $24, Homicide 0 0 $0.00 Sexual Assault 1 0 $2, Child Abuse 6 $25, DWI/DUI 0 $0.00 Other Vehicular Crime 2 $6, Stalking 0 0 $0.00 Robbery 0 0 $0.00 Kidnapping 0 0 $0.00 Arson 0 0 $0.00 Other 0 0 $0.00 Total 20 4 $58, Medical/Dental $25, Mental Health $20, Economic Support $5, Funeral/Burial $6, Crime Scene Clean-up $0.00 Other $0.00 Total $58, Victim Compensation Annual Report (FFY2014) March

30 16 TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT BENT, CROWLEY AND OTERO COUNTIES MS. ANN LOPKOFF P.O. BOX 928 LA JUNTA, CO (719) TOTAL NUMBER OF NEW CLAIMS RECEIVED DURING THE REPORTING PERIOD 21 Assault 10 9 $10, Homicide 4 0 $5, Sexual Assault 2 1 $2, Child Abuse 2 $ DWI/DUI 0 $0.00 Other Vehicular Crime 1 $4, Stalking 0 0 $0.00 Robbery 3 0 $1, Kidnapping 0 0 $0.00 Arson 1 0 $1, Other 0 0 $0.00 Total $26, Medical/Dental $5, Mental Health $2, Economic Support $5, Funeral/Burial $4, Crime Scene Clean-up $0.00 Other $9, Total $26, Victim Compensation Annual Report (FFY2014) March

31 17 TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT ADAMS AND BROOMFIELD COUNTIES MS. JOHNNA ALIG 1000 JUDICIAL CENTER DRIVE, STE. 100 BRIGHTON, CO (303) TOTAL NUMBER OF NEW CLAIMS RECEIVED DURING THE REPORTING PERIOD 2,158 Assault $868, Homicide 73 1 $233, Sexual Assault 49 8 $51, Child Abuse 449 $505, DWI/DUI 15 $79, Other Vehicular Crime 49 $233, Stalking $21, Robbery 85 7 $48, Kidnapping 2 0 $1, Arson 1 0 $2, Other 2 1 $ Total $2,046, Medical/Dental $820, Mental Health $798, Economic Support $139, Funeral/Burial $214, Crime Scene Clean-up $1, Other $71, Total $2,046, Victim Compensation Annual Report (FFY2014) March

32 18 TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT ARAPAHOE, DOUGLAS, ELBERT AND LINCOLN COUNTIES MS. WENDY BUTER 6450 S. REVERE PARKWAY CENTENNIAL, CO (720) TOTAL NUMBER OF NEW CLAIMS RECEIVED DURING THE REPORTING PERIOD 1,843 Assault $796, Homicide $388, Sexual Assault 79 3 $83, Child Abuse 346 $356, DWI/DUI 31 $159, Other Vehicular Crime 57 $163, Stalking 14 2 $14, Robbery $24, Kidnapping 2 1 $1, Arson 13 0 $26, Other 0 0 $0.00 Total $2,017, Medical/Dental $865, Mental Health $772, Economic Support $192, Funeral/Burial $175, Crime Scene Clean-up $0.00 Other $11, Total $2,017, Victim Compensation Annual Report (FFY2014) March

33 19 TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT WELD COUNTY MS. FAWN HARMON P.O. BOX 1167 GREELEY, CO (970) EXT TOTAL NUMBER OF NEW CLAIMS RECEIVED DURING THE REPORTING PERIOD 432 Assault $216, Homicide $103, Sexual Assault 36 3 $50, Child Abuse 89 $68, DWI/DUI 4 $32, Other Vehicular Crime 14 $46, Stalking 3 3 $2, Robbery 7 2 $3, Kidnapping 2 2 $2, Arson 3 3 $1, Other $13, Total $542, Medical/Dental $250, Mental Health $139, Economic Support $64, Funeral/Burial $47, Crime Scene Clean-up $30, Other $10, Total $542, Victim Compensation Annual Report (FFY2014) March

34 20 TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT BOULDER COUNTY MS. KIM STALNACKER BOULDER COUNTY COURTS BLDG KIMBARK STREET LONGMONT, CO (303) TOTAL NUMBER OF NEW CLAIMS RECEIVED DURING THE REPORTING PERIOD 285 Assault $153, Homicide 10 0 $21, Sexual Assault 30 4 $42, Child Abuse 82 $70, DWI/DUI 2 $3, Other Vehicular Crime 9 $43, Stalking 8 7 $13, Robbery 12 8 $13, Kidnapping 4 4 $4, Arson 0 0 $0.00 Other $12, Total $379, Medical/Dental $124, Mental Health $193, Economic Support $18, Funeral/Burial $41, Crime Scene Clean-up $0.00 Other $1, Total $379, Victim Compensation Annual Report (FFY2014) March

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