Victim Services

Victim Services Coordinators
The Victim Services Coordinators provide assistance and information to victims of crimes that are prosecuted by the Kandiyohi County Attorney’s Office.

If you are a victim of crime and have questions, call 320-231-2440 or email

Crime Victim Bill of Rights
Victims of crime are afforded a number of rights in criminal cases as outlined in the Minnesota Crime Victim Bill of Rights in Minnesota Statutes Chapter 611A. Victim Services Coordinators provide information about victim rights to victims of crime throughout the prosecution process.

Victim Rights include:

  • The right to be notified of a decision not to prosecute a domestic assault or harassment case
  • The right to request that law enforcement keep your identity confidential from the public. The agency may comply if you are a victim of sexual assault or your personal safety or property is threatened
  • The right to be notified of plea negotiations, changes in the scheduling of court appearances, including date, time, and place of sentencing
  • The right to be present at sentencing and to object orally or in writing to a proposed plea agreement
  • The right to receive restitution as a final disposition of the case
  • The right to submit a Victim Impact Statement at sentencing, either orally or in writing
  • The right to be notified of the final disposition of the case
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