Day One hosts the statewide support line for general crime victims. Help is available to you no matter where you’re located in the state of Minnesota.
Please call 911 in an emergency.
For free and confidential help, contact our Minnesota Crime Victim Support Line which is staffed around the clock, seven days a week. When you call, you’ll talk directly with an advocate who can provide support, options and help you access necessary resources.
Who is a Crime Victim?
Under Minnesota law, a crime victim is defined as a person who incurs loss or harm as a result of a crime. A victim includes the family member, guardian, or custodian of a minor, incompetent, incapacitated, or deceased person. Minnesota Statutes section 611A, subdivision 1
What is the requirement to provide notice of rights to victims?
Law enforcement agencies are required to notify victims of certain victim rights and local resources at initial contact. Prosecutors are required to provide a notice of rights to victims once charges have been filed. Minnesota Statutes section 611A, subdivision 2.
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