Victim Services

Winona County Victim Services is a general crime victim program that assists crime victims in navigating and understanding the criminal justice system while a case is proceeding through court.

Winona County Victim Services also provides information regarding crime victims' rights granted to them under Minnesota Statute 611A. There are no fees associated with the services provided.

General crime includes, but is not limited to assault, terroristic threats, robbery, burglary, theft, identity theft, homicide, criminal vehicular homicide or injury, arson, harassment/stalking, and criminal damage to property.

Winona County Victim Services can also assist victims of child abuse, domestic assault, or sexual assault as these cases proceed through court.


Services to a crime victim can include but are not limited to:

  • Court Accompaniment
  • Notification Of Court Hearings
  • Notification Of Plea Proposals
  • Assistance With Submitting A Victim Impact Statement at Sentencing
  • Assistance With Restitution
  • Assistance With Crime Victim Reparations

Victim Rights

After the Case is Done

Victim Impact Statements