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What Crimes are Eligible?

Not all crimes are eligible for CVC consideration. Below is a list of crimes that the Board can consider for approval:

  • Murder/Homicide
  • Manslaughter
  • Criminally Negligent Homicide
  • Assault
  • Menacing
  • Kidnapping
  • Sexual Assault
  • Unlawful Sexual Contact
  • Sexual Assault on a Child
  • Sexual Exploitation of a Child
  • Incest
  • Indecent Exposure
  • Child Abuse
  • Crimes Against At-risk Adults or At-risk Juveniles
  • Domestic Violence
  •  A Bias-Motivated Crime
  • Stalking
  • Robbery and Burglary
  • Vehicular Homicide
  • Vehicular Assault
  • Careless Driving Resulting in Death or Injury
  • Failure to Stop at the Scene of an Accident (where the accident results in the death of another person)
  • DUI that resulted in injury
  • Violation of a Protection Order (in some situations)

This list in not all inclusive


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.