The Board may waive some of the requirements for good cause or in the interest of justice.
The victim must have sustained mental injury, physical injury, death or damage to exterior residential doors, locks or windows as the result of a compensable crime.
The victim is fully cooperating with law enforcement officials (law enforcement, district attorney, etc.).
The crime was reported to a law enforcement agency within 72 hours.
The injury or death of the victim was not the result of the victim’s own wrongdoing or substantial provocation.
The victimization occurred on, or after July 1, 1982.
The application was submitted within one year from the date of the crime, or, six months for residential property damage to exterior doors, locks, or windows.
The crime occurred in Adams or Broomfield County, or, the victim is a resident of Adams or Broomfield County was a victim of international terrorism in a country that does not have a victim assistance program.
The Board strongly encourages you to apply even if you do not meet all of the eligibility requirements. The Board may waive some of the requirements for good cause or in the interest of justice.
The Crime Victim Compensation Program was created by law, Colorado Revised Statute 24-4.1-101 et seq., and is operated in accordance with
the statute and the Bylaws, Policies and Procedures of the Seventeenth Judicial District CVC Board.