Crime Victims

What You Can Do
  • Help victims of crime by joining a local victim assistance program.  Serve in crisis intervention, short-term emotional support, and sexual assault examinations.
  • Make assault kits (they usually contain toiletries) for local programs.
  • Victims of crime who want to keep track of a suspect’s release dates and whereabouts, may access the list of men and women who have been booked into, or released from, the Spokane County Jail, Geiger Corrections Center, and those on home monitoring.  The Spokane County Sheriff’s Website is updated approximately four times a day.  Visit, click on “Jail,” and then click on “Inmate Roster.” 
Local Organizations
Additional Resources

Lutheran Community Services Northwest helps victims affected by crimes which range from sexual abuse to domestic violence.  For more information, call 747-8224 or visit

A victims’ advocate is available each Wednesday from 10:30 a.m. to noon in the lobby of Spokane Valley Partners, 10814 E. Broadway, Spokane Valley.  

          Victims Response Team Crisis Line, 24-hours.