Victim Information

  Welcome to the Payette County Prosecutor's Victim Information Page

If you are visiting this page, it may be because you are the victim of a crime. Whether the crime in question was one of violence or a property crime, it is never easy. However, we want to help! If you have questions, please contact our victim witness coordinator:

Suzie Burley @ (208) 642-6096 or email her at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Compensation

Idaho provides financial assistance if you are the victim of a crime of violence. A crime of violence includes homicide, rape, aggravated assault and/or battery, lewd and lascivious conduct, sexual abuse, domestic battery, etc. The State of Idaho will provide assistance in paying funeral expenses, medical bills and counseling services.

The instructions for filling out an application for compensation can be found here: http://payettecounty.org/images/documents/pa/letterofCompensation.pdf

The application for compensation is here: http://payettecounty.org/images/documents/pa/ApplicationforCompensation.pdf

Does a surviving family member or child need assistance? http://payettecounty.org/images/documents/pa/FamilyAssistanceApplication.pdf

Restitution

The State of Idaho does not provide compensation for economic losses from property crimes and other crimes such as driving under the influence or vehicle accidents. Property crimes include burglary, theft, fraud, etc. However, the law does allow you to seek restitution directly from the person who committed the crime. You can get restitution for the value of items that are destroyed or stolen, out of pocket medical expenses, and lost wages.

http://payettecounty.org/images/documents/pa/victims_rights_notification%20_form.pdf

Case Information

You can find information about your case on the web! Go to www.idcourts.us.  Go to name search or case number search and type in the information. You can see a list of all documents that have been filed and you can see the date and time for the next scheduled court date.