Victim Assistance Program

Lois Hill ceremony


The District Attorney’s Office is committed to helping victims of crime. Many caring, compassionate people have spent countless hours working to improve the way victims of crime are treated. Th
e Victim-Witness Assistance Program’s mission is to help victims and families deal with the trauma and effects of crime on their lives. Victim advocates guide victims through the court process, help victims receive restitution, provide crisis intervention and provide referrals to counseling and community services.

Meet Pilgrim, Courthouse Facility Dog

Pilgrim law library


Mission Statement
The Mission of the Cherokee Judicial Circuit's Victim/Witness Assistance Unit is to afford all victims their rights as set forth in the
Georgia Crime Victims' Bill of Rights. To promote justice and healing by professionally, compassionately and effectively providing advocacy and support; guiding victims through the criminal justice process with dignity and respect.

Lois Hill ceremony   Victim Rights Week 2017
Victim Advocates Day at the Capital


 
Bartow Office:  135 West Cherokee Ave., Suite 368 Cartersville, GA 30120           Phone: 770.387.5106                Fax: 770.387.5035
Gordon Office:   P.O. Box 1478 Calhoun, GA 30703                                                Phone: 706.879.2245,6             Fax: 706.879.2247