To provide emergency assistance and referral services to victims of crime in a proficient and confidential manner.
Pursuant to the Victim Bill of Rights, the primary goal of the Cheyenne Police Department Victim Assistance Program is to provide direct services to victims of crime subsequent to a reported incident to law enforcement within city jurisdiction. Services may include, but are not limited to: crisis intervention, emotional support, emergency assistance and shelter options, information and referrals to community resources, case status disposition, criminal justice advocacy and, assistance with offering and completing Crime Victim Compensation Program applications for the State of Wyoming Division of Victim Services.
Services provided by the CPD Victim Assistance Program include but are not limited to:
Victim and Witness Bill of Rights Statute(PDF, 31KB)
Declaración de Derechos del Víctima
Sponsored by the Division of Victim Services
Does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, disability and age in the delivery of services.
You can help by donating directly to the CPD Victim Assistance Program. All donations are utilized to provide direct services to crime victims. All gift card donations specific to grocery and gas essentials, cash donations for events and fundraisers and phone cards are greatly appreciated.
Due to Covid-19 restrictions and storage incapacity, CPD Victim Assistance is not taking any stuffed animal donations.
Are you interested in volunteering for the CPD Victim Assistance Program? Please complete the attached CPD Volunteer Advocate Form and our office will be in contact regarding the application and background process. Thank you for your consideration!
CPD Volunteer Advocate Form(PDF, 98KB)
Please contact the Cheyenne Police Department at the link provided for more information on how to request a report. https://www.cheyennepd.org/Services/Records
Unfortunately, when lot fees and vehicle tows are involved, we rely on automobile insurance to aid with these types of expenses. All reported crimes involving vehicle incidents are reviewed on a case by case basis.
The CPD Victim Assistance Program cannot file civil orders or provide legal advice. Legal Aid, The Wyoming Bar Association, or Equal Justice Wyoming can assist with this process.
Main Office Phone
CPD Victim Assistance Program Coordinator
CPD Victim Assistance Program Survey(PDF, 76KB)