The task of the Crime Victim Compensation and Support Authority is to accommodate the rights, interests and needs of victims. It determines the compensation to be awarded to the victim of a crime and how the money in the crime victim fund shall be distributed between the various projects supporting victims of crime.
If you are the victim of a crime, you can use the crime victim website to find out about your rights and eligibility, as well as the different types of support and help available. Here you will find information on crime injury compensation, on how the legal process functions and the answers to other frequently asked questions.
Crime Victim Compensation and Support Authority
Did you know that...
Children who have experienced domestic violence have in some cases the right to criminal injury compensation even if they are not considered the victims of a crime.