The Idaho Attorney General’s Office has prepared a legal manual regarding the rights of victims of crime. You can obtain a copy of the manual by contacting the Attorney General’s Office or you can download it by clicking the Attorney General’s web site link in the previous sentence.
NO CONTACT ORDERS
No contact orders are issued by judges in criminal cases. The Idaho Code specifically provides for the issuance and handling of such orders in Idaho Code 18-920 through 18-922. You can review these statutes by clicking on the number that corresponds to the statute title listed below.
18-920 VIOLATION OF NO CONTACT ORDER 18-921 PEACE OFFICERS — IMMUNITY 18-922 ORDER — TRANSMITTAL TO LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCY
REPORTING A CRIME
If you have been a victim of a crime or have witnessed a crime in Minidoka County please report it to one of the following agencies:
Minidoka County Sheriff’s Office – 208-434-2320
Rupert Police Department – 208-434-2330
Heyburn Police Department – 208-679-4545
IDAHO CRIME VICTIM COMPENSATION PROGRAM
To view important information available from the Industrial Commission, including necessary forms and instructions, please go toIdaho Crime Victims Compensation web page.
Mini Cassia Shelter- Advocates Against Violence (208) 436-0987
Victims of Domestic Violence can obtain help by contacting one of the following service providers:
Rupert - 208-436-0332 (Mini Cassia Shelter- Advocates Against Violence)
The Violence Against Women Office of the U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, has many resources for victims, victim advocates, attorneys and other persons involved in addressing domestic violence.