The Victim Services Unit with the El Paso Police Department is dedicated to providing assistance to all victims through awareness, education, information and resources with respect and dignity victims deserve. We make every effort to provide our services to victims in a compassionate, efficient, and just manner. According to the Texas Crime Victim Rights Bill, a victim is a person who has (1) suffered bodily injury or death or who has been the victim of a sexual assault, kidnapping, or aggravated robbery, (2) the close relative (spouse, parent, or adult brother, sister, or child) of a deceased victim.
If you or someone you know is a victim and is in need of assistance, you can contact us at any of the following locations:
|Westside Regional Command Center||585-6125|
|Northeast Regional Command Center||759-2046|
|Pebble Hills Regional Command Center||599-5675|
|Mission Valley Regional Command Center||872-3614|
|Central Regional Command Center||577-5222|
|El Paso Police Headquarters||564-7045|
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