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1 Arizona Criminal Justice Commission Crime Victim Services Publication Our mission is to sustain and enhance the coordination, cohesiveness, productivity and effectiveness of the Criminal Justice System in Arizona FY 2/3 Summary of Activity Crime Victim Assistance Program Crime Victim Compensation Program February 24

2 ARIZONA CRIMINAL JUSTICE COMMISSION Chairperson RALPH OGDEN Yuma County Sheriff Vice-Chairperson DENNIS GARRETT, Director Department of Public Safety JOSEPH ARPAIO Maricopa County Sheriff JIM BOLES, Mayor City of Winslow DAVID K. BYERS, Director Administrative Office of the Courts DUANE BELCHER, Chairperson Board of Executive Clemency TONY ESTRADA Santa Cruz County Sheriff RON CHRISTENSEN Gila County Board of Supervisors TERRY GODDARD Attorney General CLARENCE DUPNIK Pima County Sheriff BARBARA LAWALL Pima County Attorney ROD MARQUARDT, Chief Mohave County Adult Probation J.T. MCCANN, Chief Flagstaff Police Department RICHARD MIRANDA, Chief Tucson Police Department ROBERT CARTER OLSON Pinal County Attorney RICHARD ROMLEY Maricopa County Attorney DORA SCHRIRO, Director Department of Corrections CHRISTOPHER SKELLY Judge, Retired RICHARD YOST, Chief El Mirage Police Department MICHAEL D. BRANHAM Executive Director

3 CRIME VICTIM ASSISTANCE PROGRAM AND CRIME VICTIM COMPENSATION PROGRAM Fiscal Year Summary of Activities ARIZONA CRIMINAL JUSTICE COMMISSION

4 Table of Contents Table of Contents I. Executive Summary... II. Crime Victim Assistance Program...3 III. Crime Victim Assistance Program Statistics for Individual Recipients...8 IV. Crime Victim Compensation Program V. Crime Victim Compensation Program Statistics for Individual Recipients Crime Victim Programs Summary of Activity FY2/3

5 Executive Summary Arizona Criminal Justice Commission CRIME VICTIM PROGRAMS Summary of Activity Fiscal Year 22/23 (July, 22 - June 3, 23) In 986, the Arizona State Legislature created the Crime Victim Compensation and Assistance Fund under Arizona Revised Statutes and directed the Arizona Criminal Justice Commission to administer the Fund pursuant to Arizona Revised Statutes The Commission created two programs for distributing the Fund monies: ) the Crime Victim Assistance Program; and 2) the Crime Victim Compensation Program. This report describes the activity for both these programs during FY2/3. Crime Victim Assistance Program - FY2/3 Activity The purpose of the Crime Victim Assistance Program is to provide grant funding to government agencies and private non-profit organizations to support delivery of direct services to crime victims. Though the Arizona Criminal Justice Commission does not provide direct services to victims of crime, it does establish program rules for the administration of the program. Funding for the Crime Victim Assistance Program comes from community supervision fees collected by the Arizona Department of Corrections. Since the program s inception in 988, the Commission has awarded over $9 million dollars to grantees to support crime victim assistance in Arizona. Fifty-three organizations submitted grant applications for the FY2/3 grant cycle, requesting a total of $2,28,32 in funding which was more than double the amount available. Through a competitive process, the Commission awarded $9, to 46 organizations. It should be noted that under Arizona Revised Statute no more than 5% of the monies distributed for victim assistance is allowed to be allocated to the governmental agencies or public officers represented on the Commission. During FY2/3, the forty-six Crime Victim Assistance Program grantees provided 36,883 victim services to 27,692 crime victims in Arizona. Domestic violence accounted for nearly 25% of those accessing services. The majority of the victims were women (approximately 54%) between the ages of 8 and 64 years (approximately 63%). Notification services accounted for the highest percentage of services provided at approximately 35% of total services. On average, each victim service cost a little less than $3. The FY2/3 Crime Victim Assistance Program grantees are listed on page 5 along with the dollar amount awarded to each. The FY2/3 spreadsheets are shown on pages 9 and, and program activity spreadsheets for each agency funded begin on page of this report. Crime Victim Programs Summary of Activity FY2/3

6 Executive Summary Crime Victim Compensation Program - FY2/3 Activity The purpose of the Crime Victim Compensation Program is to assist innocent crime victims in Arizona with out-of-pocket expenses for crime-related medical treatment, mental health counseling, funerals, and wage loss. Traditionally, funding to support the program has come from two sources: ) penalty assessments on fines; and 2) inmate work fees collected by the Arizona Department of Corrections. In FY2/3, the program also received a general fund appropriation of $25,, bringing the program size for FY2/3 to $2.25 million, the same level as FY/2. In addition to the state funds, the State of Arizona each year receives a federal of Crime Act (VOCA) formula grant which is based on the certified amount of state monies spent to compensate victims of crime. The VOCA award for FY2/3 was $566,. Since 99, the Crime Victim Compensation Program has awarded over $2 million in state and federal funds to assist victims with eligible crime-related expenses. Unlike the Crime Victim Assistance Program which is a competitive grant program, the Crime Victim Compensation Program is a state program administered at the county level by the fifteen county attorneys. All fifty states have a Crime Victim Compensation Program, but Arizona is only one of two states that operate a decentralized program. Under the Crime Victim Compensation Program Rules, a victim must file a compensation claim at the county attorney s office within the county where the crime occurred. The county attorney s office in each county investigates the compensation claims which are then presented to the county s Crime Victim Compensation Board for review. Each Board is comprised of appointed volunteers selected from citizens of the respective county who determine the approval or denial of the compensation claim in accordance with the Program Rules. The maximum award for a claim is $2,. Statewide,,93 victim compensation claims were submitted in FY2/3 with,538 approved for awards. Three hundred forty-nine (349) were denied or closed, with 6 claims pending further investigation at the end of the fiscal year. were awarded $2,669,655 in FY2/3 for an average of $,736 per claim. topped the list of crimes causing victims to access the program (approximately 39%), and 4% of all awards were for medical expenses. The spreadsheet on page 6 lists the FY2/3 program activity for the entire state. On page 6, the spreadsheet compares the program activity of FY/2 to FY2/3. Finally, beginning on page 62, the spreadsheets display the FY2/3 program activity for each county. Crime Victim Programs Summary of Activity FY2/3 2

7 Crime Victim Assistance Program - FY2/3 Activity The purpose of the Crime Victim Assistance Program is to provide funding to government agencies and private non-profit organizations to support delivery of direct services to crime victims. The Arizona Criminal Justice Commission does not provide direct services to victims of crime, but does establish program rules for administration of the program. Funding for the Crime Victim Assistance Program comes from community supervision fees collected by the Arizona Department of Corrections. During the past fourteen years, the Commission has awarded over $9 million dollars to grantees to support crime victim assistance in Arizona. Direct services eligible for funding through the Crime Victim Assistance Program include: Crisis intervention services; Emergency services such as temporary shelter, petty cash, or temporary repairs; Support services including counseling and referrals to other assistance; Court-related services including escorting victims to criminal justicerelated interviews and court proceedings; Notification services; Training for staff; and Printing and distribution of brochures. Awards are competitive and based on the Crime Victim Assistance Program Rules (R-4-2 to R-4-24) and priorities approved annually by the Commission. The following priorities were approved by the Commission for the FY3 (July, 22 - June 3, 23): Statewide distribution - Grant support provided to at least one multipleservice program in each county; Programs that provide multiple-victim services to a diverse range of crime victims; Programs that demonstrate the highest ratio of advocate-to-victims served and victims-to-services provided; Programs from counties with the highest crime per capita based on the latest Uniform Crime Report data; Programs that demonstrate clear goals and objectives that emphasize direct services to victims of crime; Programs that demonstrate strong collaborative efforts in their community; and Programs that demonstrate a strong component of assisting victims in filing Crime Victim Compensation Program applications. Crime Victim Programs Summary of Activity FY2/3 3

8 Listed below is an overview of program revenue, total awards, and number of programs funded since the program s inception. Crime Victim Assistance Program Fiscal Year Revenue Collected Awards Programs 86 $96, $376, $394,9 $432, 9 89 $345,435 $54, $326,328 $37, 5 9 $354,66 $35, 6 92 $386,86 $362, 6 93 $383,939 $55, $429,66 $57, $43, $45, $428,529 $45, 3 97 $528,44 $45, 3 98 $742,665 $55, $674,667 $55, 32 $749,347 $9, 39 $785,7 $9, 39 2 $82, $9, 42 3 $86,76 $9, 46 $9,76,46 $9,8,938 Crime Victim Assistance Program - Fiscal Year 22/23 Fifty-three organizations submitted grant applications for FY2/3, requesting a total of $2,28,32 in funding. Forty-six organizations were funded a total of $9,. It should be noted that under Arizona Revised Statute no more than 5% of the monies distributed for victim assistance is allowed to be allocated to the governmental agencies or public officers represented on the Commission. Page 5 of this report shows the 46 Crime Victim Assistance Program grant recipients for FY3 along with the award amounts. Crime Victim Programs Summary of Activity FY2/3 4

9 FY3 Crime Victim Assistance Program Grant Recipients Criminal Justice Government Programs Funding Apache County Attorney s Office...$9,584 Arizona Attorney General s Office...$5,36 Cochise County Attorney s Office...$9,584 Gila County Attorney s Office...$9,584 Graham County Attorney s Office...$9,584 Greenlee County Attorney s Office...$,42 La Paz County Attorney s Office...$2,672 Maricopa County Attorney s Office...$3,68 Mesa Police Department...$, Mohave County Attorney s Office...$7,794 Navajo County Attorney s Office...$9,584 Pima County Attorney s Office...$64,896 Pinal County Attorney s Office...$9,584 Santa Cruz County Attorney s Office...$2,672 Surprise Police Department...$,2 Yavapai County Attorney s Office...$9,584 Yuma County Attorney s Office...$9,584 SUB...$45, Government and Nonprofit Organizations Funding Brewster Center...$23,75 Bullhead City Attorney s Office... $9,5 Center for Prevention of Abuse & Violence...$8,5 Casa Grande City Prosecutor s Office...$,23 Centro de Amistad...$4,25 Chicanos Por La Causa...$23,75 Children s Advocacy Center...$,54 Colorado River Regional Crisis Shelter... $4,75 Survivors...$8,525 Kingman Aid to Abused People... $7,6 Mesa City Prosecutor s Office...$3,4 Mount Graham Safe House... $9,5 Northland Family Help Center...$, Our Town Family Center...$23,75 Phoenix City Prosecutor s Office...$5,2 Phoenix Fire Department...$2,6 Prehab of Arizona - Autumn House...$3,4 Prehab of Arizona - Faith House...$9, Social Services Interagency Council-Lake Havasu City...$6,5 Sojourner Center...$22,582 SACASA... $9,5 Tempe Social Services CARE 7...$5,295 Time Out... $9,5 Tucson Centers for Women and Children...$23,75 Verde Valley Sanctuary... $9,5 Victim Witness Services for Coconino County...$23,94 West Valley Child Crisis Center... $8,55 White Mountain Safe House... $9,5 Wingspan...$, SUB... $45,...$9, Crime Victim Programs Summary of Activity FY2/3 5

10 FY2/3 Crime Victim Assistance Program Activity by Grant Recipients Criminal Justice Government Programs Apache County Attorney s Office... Arizona Attorney General s Office...2 Cochise County Attorney s Office...3 Gila County Attorney s Office...4 Graham County Attorney s Office...5 Greenlee County Attorney s Office...6 La Paz County Attorney s Office...7 Maricopa County Attorney s Office...8 Mesa Police Department...9 Mohave County Attorney s Office...2 Navajo County Attorney s Office...2 Pima County Attorney s Office...22 Pinal County Attorney s Office...23 Santa Cruz County Attorney s Office...24 Surprise Police Department...25 Yavapai County Attorney s Office...26 Yuma County Attorney s Office...27 Government and Nonprofit Organizations Brewster Center...28 Bullhead City Attorney s Office...29 Center for Prevention of Abuse & Violence...3 Casa Grande City Prosecutor s Office...3 Centro de Amistad...32 Chicanos Por La Causa...33 Children s Advocacy Center...34 Colorado River Regional Crisis Shelter...35 Survivors...36 Kingman Aid to Abused People...37 Mesa City Prosecutor s Office...38 Mount Graham Safe House...39 Northland Family Help Center...4 Our Town Family Center...4 Phoenix City Prosecutor s Office...42 Phoenix Fire Department...43 Prehab of Arizona - Autumn House...44 Prehab of Arizona - Faith House...45 Social Services Interagency Council-Lake Havasu City...46 Sojourner Center...47 SACASA...48 Tempe Social Services CARE Time Out...5 Tucson Centers for Women and Children...5 Verde Valley Sanctuary...52 Victim Witness Services for Coconino County...53 West Valley Child Crisis Center...54 White Mountain Safe House...55 Wingspan...56 Crime Victim Programs Summary of Activity FY2/3 6

11 Listed below is an analysis of FY3 awards by types of services provided by the grantees: PROVIDER OF PROVIDERS % OF OF PROVIDERS AMOUNT OF AWARDS % OF AWARDS Multiple Service Domestic Violence Sexual Child Abuse % $625, % % $227, % 2.7% $9,5.6% % $9,54 2.2% 2.7% $8, % 46.% $9,.% Reporting Requirements Grant recipients are required to submit four quarterly financial reports during the grant period and an annual performance report at the end of the grant period. The annual performance report captures data on services provided to victims, types of crime, victim demographics, assistance with accessing the ACJC Crime Victim Assistance Program, and utilization of volunteers in their programs. In addition, the annual performance report requires the grant recipients to provide narrative responses to several questions, including any notable issues or trends affecting crime victim services in their communities. Information contained in the annual performance reports assists the Commission to continue to improve the program. Statistical Data In FY3, the forty-six Crime Victim Assistance Program grantees provided 36,883 services to Arizona crime victims. Domestic violence accounted for approximately 25% of all victims accessing services. The majority of those accessing program services were females (approximately 54%) and between the ages of 8 and 64 years (approximately 63%). The most frequent service provided was notification services at approximately 35% of services provided, with emergency shelter ranking second at approximately 24%. Crime Victim Programs Summary of Activity FY2/3 7

12 FY3 Crime Victim Assistance Program Program Statistics for Individual Grant Recipients Crime Victim Programs Summary of Activity FY2/3 8

13 STATE OF ARIZONA FY2/3 ACJC Crime Victim Assistance Program SUMMARY OF PROGRAM ACTIVITY Sexual - Adults Only 4,6 4.83% Kidnapping 24.74% Caucasian, % % Arson 57.83% Hispanic 6,3 2.78% 7, % Abuse of Vulnerable Ad 29.% African-Am % % Adults Molested as Child 58.2% Asian/Pac 3.37%,95 7.5% Financial Exploitation,4 4.2% Native Am/Esk, % % Identity Theft 9.33% Unknown 8, % 69.25% Terrorism.% 27,692.% % * Crimes 9, % SERVED 27,692.% Referral to Assistance % TYPE OF ASSISTANCE WITH COMP CLAIMS % Oral or written info about the program Referral and/or transport to VC office Asst w/ obtaining police reports,etc., % 28,878.% Male 8, % 4,6 5.56% Female 5, % 4, % Unknown 4, % 5, % 27,692.%, % Yes 527.9% No 8, % 6, % Unknown 8, % 75, % 27,692.%,87.35% 26.% 24, % 24, % 46.4% -7 5,3 8.43% 429.4% , % 26, % 65 & older %,943.63% Unknown 4,23 5.8% 7, % 27,692.% 6, % 3, % VOLUNTEERS 36,883.% # of Volunteer % % % Total Hrs Worked FTE's/(28) 3,24 8, % % % Filing Comp claims Counseling/ Direct Services *OTHER CRIMES: 47 SEE P 4 9, % 9,464 Crime Victim Programs Summary of Activity FY2/3 9

14 STATE OF ARIZONA FY2/3 ACJC Crime Victim Assistance Program SUMMARY OF PROGRAM ACTIVITY OTHER CRIMES Number % OTHER CRIMES Number % Animal Abuse.% Hit and Run.2% Attempted Burglary 5.5% Homelessness 72.76% Attempted Murder 9.% Indecent Exposure 33.35% Attempted Sexual.% Interfere W/Judicial Procedures 56.59% Attempted/Armed 6.6% Interference W/Education Inst. 3.3% Burglary % Interfering W/Custody and Access 2.2% Call for Asst. (FD),26.9% Killing Livestock.% Child Neglect 4.4% Leaving Scene of Accident 7.74% Conspiracy.% Luring for Sexual Exploitation 4.4% Conspiracy to Murder 4.4% Manslaughter 6.6% Contributing to Minor's Delinquency 3.3% Minor as Victim.% Crime Against Person 5.6% Minor in Drug Offense 5.5% Crime and Non-Crime Assistance 54.57% Obscenity - Pornography.% Criminal Damage % Vehicular Offense 6.7% Criminal Trespassing 4.49% Participate W/Crime Syndicate.% Crisis Hotline % Prohibited Possessor 2.2% Death 39.4% Public Welfare.% Discharge Firearm 22.23% Reckless Driving 4.4% Disorderly Conduct 58.67% Resisting Arrest 6.63% Disorderly Conduct W/Weapon 37.39% Sexual Harassment 3.3% Dog Bite 9.% Suicide 4.4% Drive by Shooting 6.64% Surreptitious Taping 5.5% Drug Offenses 6.64% Theft % Endangerment % Theft-Related Offenses % Escape/Fleeing 4.5% Threatening/Intimidation 6.7% Exhibitionism.% Traffic Offense.% Extortion 3.3% Trafficking in Stolen Goods 23.24% Failing to Register.% Unknown/ Offense % Failure to Stop at Scene 6.6% Unlawful Use of Transportation 4.% Forgery 84.89% Use of Telephone to Harass/Intimidate 2.2% Fraudulent Scheme 3.32% Violating harassment Order 5.5% Fraudulent Use of Credit Card 3.3% Violating Protection Order 6.6% Grand Theft - Auto % Witness Offenses 6.6% Harassment 5.53% 9,464.% Crime Victim Programs Summary of Activity FY2/3

15 APACHE COUNTY ATTORNEY'S OFFICE FY2/3 ACJC Crime Victim Assistance Program SUMMARY OF PROGRAM ACTIVITY Sexual - Adults Only Kidnapping Caucasian 7 32 Arson Hispanic 4 2 Abuse of Vulnerable Ad African-Am Adults Molested as Child Asian/Pac 9 Financial Exploitation Native Am/Esk 56 Identity Theft Unknown Terrorism 67 * Crimes SERVED 67 Male 2 45 Female Unknown, ,659 Yes No 67 Unknown Referral to Assistance & older 4 2 Unknown VOLUNTEERS # of Volunteer Filing Comp claims Counseling/ Direct Ser TYPE OF ASSISTANCE WITH COMP CLAIMS Total Hrs Worked FTE's/(28). *OTHER CRIMES: 4% Crime Victim Programs Summary of Activity FY2/3

16 ARIZONA ATTORNEY GENERAL'S OFFICE FY2/3 ACJC Crime Victim Assistance Program Sexual - Adults Only 87 Kidnapping 8 Caucasian Arson Hispanic 69 Abuse of Vulnerable Ad 4 African-Am 4 7 Adults Molested as Child Asian/Pac 2 75 Financial Exploitation 7 Native Am/Esk Identity Theft 7 Unknown 27 Terrorism * Crimes 45 SERVED 685 Referral to Assistance - Restitution Advocacy Male 342 Female 343 Unknown ,598 Yes No 575 Unknown & older 6 Unknown ,43,429 6,929 VOLUNTEERS # of Volunteer 6 Total Hrs Worked 3278 FTE's/(28).58 Filing Comp claims Counseling/ Direct Ser *OTHER CRIMES: Crimes 45 93% 45 Crime Victim Programs Summary of Activity FY2/3 2

17 COCHISE COUNTY ATTORNEY'S OFFICE FY2/3 ACJC Crime Victim Assistance Program Sexual - Adults Only 26 Kidnapping Caucasian 27 2 Arson Hispanic 44 6 Abuse of Vulnerable Ad African-Am 6 Adults Molested as Child 4 Asian/Pac 3 Financial Exploitation 2 Native Am/Esk 2 Identity Theft 8 Unknown Terrorism * Crimes 4 SERVED 73 Referral to Assistance Male Female 24 Unknown Yes 6 No 58 Unknown & older 9 8 Unknown VOLUNTEERS # of Volunteer 83 Total Hrs Worked 66 FTE's/(28).8 Filing Comp claims Counseling/ Direct Ser 2 *OTHER CRIMES: Crimes % 4 Crime Victim Programs Summary of Activity FY2/3 3

18 GILA COUNTY ATTORNEY'S OFFICE FY2/3 ACJC Crime Victim Assistance Program Sexual - Adults Only 486 Kidnapping 4 Caucasian 575 Arson 2 Hispanic 7 28 Abuse of Vulnerable Ad 2 African-Am 4 4 Adults Molested as Child 8 Asian/Pac 3 35 Financial Exploitation 5 Native Am/Esk Identity Theft 22 Unknown 6 Terrorism, * Crimes SERVED,328 Referral to Assistance Male 522 2,29 Female Unknown 22, ,435 Yes 36 No,292 8 Unknown 5,328 2, & older 82 7 Unknown 35,328,382 4,75 VOLUNTEERS # of Volunteer Total Hrs Worked FTE's/(28). Filing Comp claim s Counseling/ Direct Ser *OTHER CRIMES: 7% Crime Victim Programs Summary of Activity FY2/3 4

19 GRAHAM COUNTY ATTORNEY'S OFFICE FY2/3 ACJC Crime Victim Assistance Program Sexual - Adults Only 88 Kidnapping Caucasian 244 Arson Hispanic Abuse of Vulnerable Ad African-Am 7 3 Adults Molested as Child Asian/Pac 8 Financial Exploitation Native Am/Esk 5 Identity Theft Unknown Terrorism 38 * Crimes 8 SERVED 38 Referral to Assistance Male Female 42 Unknown Yes 5 No 33 Unknown & older 3 8 Unknown 98 38,87 3,76 VOLUNTEERS # of Volunteer Total Hrs Worked FTE's/(28). Filing Comp claims 2 Counseling/ Direct Ser 2 *OTHER CRIMES: Crimes 8 4 5% 8 Crime Victim Programs Summary of Activity FY2/3 5

20 GREENLEE COUNTY ATTORNEY'S OFFICE FY2/3 ACJC Crime Victim Assistance Program Sexual - Adults Only 3 Kidnapping Caucasian 67 Arson Hispanic Abuse of Vulnerable Ad African-Am Adults Molested as Child Asian/Pac 9 Financial Exploitation Native Am/Esk Identity Theft Unknown Terrorism 2 7 * Crimes 3 SERVED 2 Referral to Assistance Male 53 7 Female 49 Unknown Yes 2 No Unknown & older 3 Unknown 2 2, ,35 VOLUNTEERS # of Volunteer Total Hrs Worked FTE's/(28). Filing Comp claims Counseling/ Direct Ser 2 *OTHER CRIMES: Crimes 3 3 % 3 Crime Victim Programs Summary of Activity FY2/3 6

21 LA PAZ COUNTY ATTORNEY'S OFFICE FY2/3 ACJC Crime Victim Assistance Program Sexual - Adults Only 73 Kidnapping Caucasian 33 9 Arson Hispanic Abuse of Vulnerable Ad African-Am Adults Molested as Child Asian/Pac 6 Financial Exploitation 3 Native Am/Esk 2 2 Identity Theft Unknown Terrorism 24 7 * Crimes 39 SERVED 24 Referral to Assistance Male Female 45 Unknown Yes 2 No 76 6 Unknown & older 3 Unknown 48 24,5 69,759 VOLUNTEERS # of Volunteer Total Hrs Worked 55 FTE's/(28).3 Filing Comp claims Counseling/ Direct Ser *OTHER CRIMES: Crimes 39 25% 39 Crime Victim Programs Summary of Activity FY2/3 7

22 MARICOPA COUNTY ATTORNEY'S OFFICE FY2/3 ACJC Crime Victim Assistance Program Sexual - Adults Only,53 Kidnapping 48 Caucasian,54 23 Arson 7 Hispanic,34 Abuse of Vulnerable Ad African-Am Adults Molested as Child Asian/Pac 5 36 Financial Exploitation Native Am/Esk 58 2 Identity Theft 6 Unknown Terrorism 4, * Crimes,64 SERVED 4,73 Referral to Assistance Male, Female, Unknown , Yes No Unknown 4,8 4,73 299, , & older 62 6 Unknown,58 3,57 4,73 4, ,83 VOLUNTEERS # of Volunteer 5 Total Hrs Worked FTE's/(28).95 Filing Comp claims 5 Counseling/ Direct Ser *OTHER CRIMES: 45 Crimes % 64 Crime Victim Programs Summary of Activity FY2/3 8

23 Referral to Assistance MESA POLICE DEPARTMENT FY2/3 ACJC Crime Victim Assistance Program Filing Comp claims Counseling/ Direct Ser Female Unknown Yes No Unknown & older Unknown # of Volunteer Total Hrs Worked FTE's/(28) *OTHER CRIMES: Crimes Kidnapping Caucasian Arson Hispanic Abuse of Vulnerable Ad African-Am Sexual - Adults Only Adults Molested as Child Asian/Pac Financial Exploitation Native Am/Esk Identity Theft Unknown Terrorism * Crimes SERVED Male Mesa Police Department was awarded the grant but declined the award. VOLUNTEERS Crime Victim Programs Summary of Activity FY2/3 9

24 MOHAVE COUNTY ATTORNEY'S OFFICE FY2/3 ACJC Crime Victim Assistance Program Sexual - Adults Only 66 Kidnapping 5 Caucasian 454 8Arson Hispanic 4 33 Abuse of Vulnerable Ad African-Am 4 Adults Molested as Child Asian/Pac 3 Financial Exploitation Native Am/Esk 9Identity Theft Unknown 93 Terrorism * Crimes 233 SERVED 662 Referral to Assistance Male 2 3 Female Unknown Yes 3 No Unknown & older 6 9 Unknown 3 662,2 3,87 VOLUNTEERS # of Volunteer 5 Total Hrs Worked 429 FTE's/(28) 2.6 Filing Comp claims 6 Counseling/ Direct Ser 6 *OTHER CRIMES: Crimes % 233 Crime Victim Programs Summary of Activity FY2/3 2

25 NAVAJO COUNTY ATTORNEY'S OFFICE FY2/3 ACJC Crime Victim Assistance Program Sexual - Adults Only 273 Kidnapping 3 Caucasian Arson 467 Hispanic Abuse of Vulnerable Ad African-Am 7 7 Adults Molested as Child Asian/Pac 8 Financial Exploitation 2 Native Am/Esk Identity Theft 9 Unknown 4 9 Terrorism, * Crimes 83 SERVED,285 Referral to Assistance Male 53,969 Female Unknown 3, ,58 Yes 7 No Unknown 49,285, ,8 65 & older 23 Unknown 6,366,285 87,242 3,694 VOLUNTEERS # of Volunteer 2 Total Hrs Worked 2 FTE's/(28).6 Filing Comp claims 2 Counseling/ Direct Ser 2 *OTHER CRIMES: Crimes % 83 Crime Victim Programs Summary of Activity FY2/3 2

26 PIMA COUNTY ATTORNEY'S OFFICE FY2/3 ACJC Crime Victim Assistance Program Sexual - Adults Only 22 Kidnapping 5 Caucasian 57 3 Arson Hispanic Abuse of Vulnerable Ad African-Am 3 4 Adults Molested as Child Asian/Pac 2 5 Financial Exploitation 2 Native Am/Esk 2Identity Theft 4 Unknown 47 3 Terrorism * Crimes 25 SERVED 293 Referral to Assistance Male 6 27 Female 232 Unknown Yes 7 No Unknown & older Unknown ,52 VOLUNTEERS # of Volunteer 63 Total Hrs Worked FTE's/(28) 6.3 Filing Comp claims Counseling/ Direct Ser 2 *OTHER CRIMES: Crimes % 25 Crime Victim Programs Summary of Activity FY2/3 22

27 PINAL COUNTY ATTORNEY'S OFFICE FY2/3 ACJC Crime Victim Assistance Program Sexual - Adults Only 497 Kidnapping Caucasian Arson 6 Hispanic 4 4 Abuse of Vulnerable Ad African-Am Adults Molested as Child Asian/Pac 87 Financial Exploitation 2 Native Am/Esk 7 Identity Theft 6 Unknown,734 2 Terrorism 2,89 5 * Crimes,9 SERVED 2,89 Referral to Assistance Male 2,28 Female 2,28 Unknown 2,89 2,28 2,89 9 6,934 Yes No 68 Unknown 2,89 2, & older Unknown 92 2,28 2,89 44,286 47,525 VOLUNTEERS # of Volunteer Total Hrs Worked FTE's/(28). Filing Comp claims 3 Counseling/ Direct Ser 3 *OTHER CRIMES: Crimes % 9 Crime Victim Programs Summary of Activity FY2/3 23

28 SANTA CRUZ COUNTY ATTORNEY'S OFFICE FY2/3 ACJC Crime Victim Assistance Program Sexual - Adults Only 6 Kidnapping 2 Caucasian 23 3 Arson Hispanic Abuse of Vulnerable Ad African-Am 3 Adults Molested as Child Asian/Pac 8 Financial Exploitation Native Am/Esk Identity Theft 4 Unknown Terrorism 4 2 * Crimes 36 SERVED 4 Referral to Assistance Male Female Unknown Yes 5 No Unknown & older 3 42 Unknown ,83 VOLUNTEERS # of Volunteer Total Hrs Worked FTE's/(28). Filing Comp claims Counseling/ Direct Ser *OTHER CRIMES: crimes 36 4% 36 Crime Victim Programs Summary of Activity FY2/3 24

29 SURPRISE POLICE DEPARTMENT FY2/3 ACJC Crime Victim Assistance Program Sexual - Adults Only 3 Kidnapping Caucasian 37 Arson Hispanic Abuse of Vulnerable Ad African-Am 2 Adults Molested as Child Asian/Pac Financial Exploitation Native Am/Esk Identity Theft Unknown 2 Terrorism 63 * Crimes SERVED 63 Referral to Assistance Male 9 2 Female 44 2 Unknown 63 5 Yes No 6 7 Unknown & older 4 6 Unknown VOLUNTEERS # of Volunteer 3 Total Hrs Worked 52 FTE's/(28).25 Filing Comp claims Counseling/ Direct Ser *OTHER CRIMES: Crime 2% Crime Victim Programs Summary of Activity FY2/3 25

30 YAVAPAI COUNTY ATTORNEY'S OFFICE FY2/3 ACJC Crime Victim Assistance Program Sexual - Adults Only 56 Kidnapping 3 Caucasian 2,555 4 Arson 9 Hispanic Abuse of Vulnerable Ad 5 African-Am 4 2 Adults Molested as Child Asian/Pac Financial Exploitation 887 Native Am/Esk 3 2 Identity Theft 3 Unknown,34 6 Terrorism 3, * Crimes,234 SERVED 3,832 Referral to Assistance Male, Female,45 92 Unknown,94 8 3, Yes 33 No 43 Unknown 3, , , & older Unknown, ,832 3,297 6,7 VOLUNTEERS # of Volunteer 9 Total Hrs Worked 9776 FTE's/(28) 4.7 Filing Comp claims Counseling/ Direct Ser 2 *OTHER CRIMES: Crimes, %,234 Crime Victim Programs Summary of Activity FY2/3 26

31 YUMA COUNTY ATTORNEY'S OFFICE FY2/3 ACJC Crime Victim Assistance Program Sexual - Adults Only 4 Kidnapping Caucasian 4 8Arson Hispanic 6 26 Abuse of Vulnerable Ad African-Am 9 Adults Molested as Child Asian/Pac 28 Financial Exploitation Native Am/Esk Identity Theft Unknown Terrorism 2 2* Crimes 2 SERVED 2 Referral to Assistance Male Female 67 Unknown Yes 4 No 9 2 Unknown & older 2 Unknown 2,36,523 VOLUNTEERS # of Volunteer 5 Total Hrs Worked 75 FTE's/(28).4 Filing Comp claims Counseling/ Direct Ser *OTHER CRIMES: crimes 2 8% 2 Crime Victim Programs Summary of Activity FY2/3 27

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