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Victims' Resource Guide

A Message from the Chief

The Irvine Police Department provides this valuable resource guide to those who have recently been impacted by criminal activity. As a crime victim, you are afforded specific rights. In addition, there are many resources and support services available to assist you during what may be a difficult time. This booklet contains a description of your rights, along with information on how to access resources and services. (Click on the link below to view the booklet.)

This booklet also contains local community resource information that you will find helpful. Please take a moment to read through this material and feel free to call, email, or visit the Irvine Police Department in the event you have any questions regarding either your rights or the services available to you.

Our goal is to assign most crime reports to a detective as soon as possible; this happens sooner for more serious crimes. This detective is the person who may contact you with additional questions or information and will be your point of contact for any questions you may have regarding the investigation. To determine the detective assigned to your case, please contact the front desk at the Irvine Police Department at (949) 724-7000 during business hours.

The Irvine Police Department is a victim centered agency that works with a broad spectrum of victim service providers designed to assist you. Please know we are committed to addressing your needs in conjunction with our community partners.


Chief of Police


Irvine Police Department Victims' Resource Guide
Public Safety - Victims' Resource Guide
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 Victims' Resource Guide 2015 (1.82 MB)