AR Crime Victim & Domestic Violence Resources

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    LINKS to websites that list Arkansas advocates & Crime Victim Resources here. Also includes help for Domestic and Family Violence.
     


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    Contact information and general information for "Let's Bring Them Home" Arkansas advocates for families of the missing.
    http://www.lbth.org/
    Why Let's Bring Them Home?
    We exist with a simple mission. To provide safety education and prevention resources to children and adults and to provide crucial resources, solutions and assistance on behalf of the families of missing adults and children. We are advocates for children and families.
    We accomplish this mission in three ways: Public Relations Assistance; Development of Safety Programs; Education Initiatives.
     
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    Contact information for "Volunteers for Victims"
    Services Crime Prevention, Information and Assistance / Referral DescriptionSupport and information to citizens in our community who have been victimized by crime.http://www.state.ar.us/aric/search/detail.cgi?ID=15355
     
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    http://acic.org/citizens/Documents/CrVicGuideJuly2010.pdf

    Crime Victim's Guide
    [FONT=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif]A Crime Victim's Guide to the Justice System in Arkansaswas written to assist victims of crime in better understanding the Arkansas criminal justice system so they are more able to exercise their rights. It is also designed to inform victims of services available to them throughout the state including shelter, cash assistance, counseling, and private support organizations. This guide is not intended as a legal reference or to provide legal advice, but as an aid to further understanding of the criminal justice system in Arkansas.
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    Women's Law State Resource Help
    State and Local Programs
    Shelters, rape crisis centers, and other organizations for domestic violence and sexual assault.
    Finding a Lawyer
    How to find a lawyer who can help you.
    Courthouse Locations
    Contact information for county and family courts.
    Sheriff Departments
    Information about Sheriff Departments and serving court papers.
     
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