“Victim” is defined by the Constitution of Arizona as a person against whom the criminal offense has been committed, or if the person is killed or incapacitated, the person’s spouse, parent, child, grandparent, sibling, or other person who may be related to the victim, or other lawful representative, except if the person is in custody for an offense or is the accused.
If you or someone you know:
• Are being called names, put down, or humiliated;
• Are being threatened, harassed, or followed;
• Are being pushed, slapped, hit, or punched;
• Are being isolated from family and friends, or are not allowed to go places;
by someone you love, someone you have children with, live with or have lived with or someone you are related to, then you may be a victim of domestic violence and should seek help by telling someone or contacting the police department to report the incident.
Victims of misdemeanor crimes that occur within the Casa Grande City limits are provided with victims’ rights information from the City Prosecutor’s Office, initially via mail. The information is sent to the victim at the address listed in the police report. If you believe you are a victim of a misdemeanor crime being prosecuted by the City Prosecutor’s Office, and your address listed in the police report is incorrect, or you have moved or someone at the address might seize your mail, please contact the City Prosecutor’s Office at:
510 E. Florence Blvd.
Casa Grande, AZ 85122
Telephone: (520) 421-8600