Justice Outreach Programs

About the Office

One of the main goals of the State Attorney's Office is to advocate for the advancement of fair justice with the community and the county government. Justice Outreach Programs are established to provide assistance for community building on behalf of the State Attorney's Office.

Another goal under these programs are to assist and provide seek restitution for victims of violent or financial crimes. Victim advocacy is a key issue for the State Attorney's Office and is reflected in the work of the Office of Justice Outreach Programs.

Though their goals and responsibilities are expansive, Justice Outreach Programs are one of the most important structures within the State Attorney's Office for advancing and legislating the rule of law, rights of a victim after a criminal offense, and abilities of the justice system in-general.

Director of Justice Outreach Programs


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