1355 West Street
Redding, CA 96001
Crime Victim Assistance Center meets the needs of victims in our community through collaborative services provided with courteous, efficient professionalism. Our goal is to graciously serve our community members by assisting and advocating for safety, healing, justice and restitution.
The Shasta County Crime Victims Assistance Center provides a range of services to victims and witnesses to crimes committed in California. Located in the District Attorney's Office, our advocates and claims staff are well equipped to assist victims with resources and out-of-pocket expenses incurred as the result of a crime.
Information about the Criminal Justice System designed to prepare victims and witnesses is available in in this web site in the section titled Justice System Overview. You are encouraged to read that information in addition to the information contained in this page.
The Shasta County Board of Supervisors has designated the Crime Victims Assistance Center as the "provider of major and comprehensive victim and witness services in Shasta County". The Crime Victim Assistance staff encourage crime victims to talk about their needs and listens to their wishes with compassion and a commitment to help. They work to provide crime victims with information, resources and respect as they navigate the often-turbulent waters of the criminal justice process.
To take our Client Satisfaction Survey please click here