Victim Services

Missouri has joined the ranks of many states by passing a constitutional amendment to provide victims of crime several rights.

The Prosecuting Attorney's Office will strive to ensure that victims are informed of their rights; and that all victims are treated with dignity, respect, courtesy and sensitivity.
The mission of the St. Charles County Prosecuting Attorney's Office is the just, swift and effective prosecution of criminal behavior. Accomplishing that mission can prevent others from becoming victims of crime.

By enforcing your rights and by working together we can accomplish that mission. With your help we can send the right message: that criminal behavior is not tolerated.
How to Report a Crime
If you are a victim of a crime and the crime has not been reported, please go to the appropriate agency to file a police report.
  1. Victim Assistance

    Access services offered to crime victims.

  2. Victim Compensation

    The State of Missouri has a fund to reimburse residents who have suffered injuries causing financial loss due to certain crimes of violence.

  3. Victims Rights

    Due to the passage of the Missouri Constitutional Amendment for Crime Victims, and Section 595.209 Missouri Revised Statutes (RSMO), as a victim of a crime, you have several rights.

  4. Facility Dog - Sully

    Sully is a facility dog and a member of the Office of the Prosecuting Attorney.