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It is the policy of the Waterbury Police Department to provide immediate physical safety and or assistance to all victims either directly or through referral agencies. The members of the Waterbury Police Department are familiar with the laws concerning victims and their rights. The office of Victim Services is responsible for the upkeep and availability of protective and restraining orders within its geographical area. When victims are eligible for compensation, the Victim Services Counselor can assist them in filling out the application as well as forwarding it, along with the necessary documentation (obtained by victim), to the Connecticut Judicial Branch Office of Victim Services.
The Victim Services office is located on the first floor of the Waterbury Police Department and is open Monday through Friday (excluding holidays), 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. This office is run by Counselor Kristie Perrotti. To contact this office for referrals or general information please call 203-574-6946. In case of emergency, dial 911.
Anyone wishing to obtain a restraining order has the following options:
Office of Victim Services: 1-800-822-8428 / www.jud.ct.gov/crimevictim