Victim Service Volunteer Program

Volunteers are accepted to serve in the Victim Services Division of the State Attorney’s Office.  This includes:

- Telephone contact during office hours with victims of all crimes to keep them informed of the status of their case and to obtain their input regarding the case
- Assistance in identifying community services available for victims and providing information to the victim
- Assistance in filing for Crimes Compensation
- Criminal Justice Support for victims including court accompaniment, attending depositions, and any other hearing required of victims
- Special services to victims of domestic violence
- Compassionate, non-directive listening and support to victims

Requirements for Volunteers include:

- Attend training as provided by the State Attorney’s Office
- Follow all policies and procedures of the State Attorney’s Office
- Sign a confidentiality pledge
- Criminal background check and fingerprinting required


Volunteer Application

Print and complete the above application and return to:
David Angier
Public Information Officer and Community Affairs Coordinator
Office of State Attorney, 14th Judicial Circuit
P.O. Box 1040
Panama City, FL 32402