Washington Coalition of Crime Victim Advocates

Strengthening crime victim rights and improving victim services

Victims' Rights In Washington State 

Photo: WCCVA Advocate Training Center, Olympia WA

Victim Rights in Washington State - An Overview of Statutes and Case Law

This 12-hour (2-day) advanced training is designed to promote understanding of victims' rights in Washington State.  Join community and system based advocates, while learning about victim rights on a federal and state level and in juvenile court.  Actual cases will be used to teach how to find the resources and services needed for crime victims.

All crime victims have the right to be present, notified, heard, and the right to restitution, an advocate, protection, records and the right to be treated with dignity and respect!

Learn how to protect and advocate for these rights.

Upcoming Training Dates

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If we don't have a training scheduled that meets your needs, please contact WCCVA staff and we will do our best to accommodate you!

Photo: WCCVA Victims' Rights Training - Vancouver, WA.

WCCVA Training Faculty

WCCVA Training Faculty

Jeralita "Jeri" Costa

WCCVA Training Faculty

Debbie Lee

Meg Garvin

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