Site List

Law Enforcement-Based Victim Services (LEV)

Site List

As the technical assistance provider, IACP personnel are dedicated to the provision of regular and targeted training and technical assistance to aid LEV sites in the application of consistent considerations when establishing or enhancing victim services. 

OVC funded sixteen LEV sites in FY18, thirty-five LEV sites in FY19, and twenty-two LEV sites in FY20.

Alabama

FY18 Sites

  • Jefferson County Sheriff's Office (Large Jurisdiction)
  • Mobile Police Department (Medium Jurisdiction)

Arizona

FY18 Sites

  • Buckeye Police Department (Medium Jurisdiction)

Arkansas

FY18 Sites

  • Little Rock Police Department (Medium Jurisdiction)

California

FY19 Sites

  • Salinas Police Department (Small Jurisdiction)

FY20 Sites

  • Oakland Police Department (Medium Jurisdiction)

Florida

FY18 Sites

  • Jacksonville Sheriff's Office (Large Jurisdiction)
  • Pasco County Sheriff's Office (Large Jurisdiction)

FY20 Sites

  • Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office (Large Jurisdiction)
  • Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office (Large Jurisdiction)
  • St. Petersburg Police Department (Medium Jurisdiction)

Illinois

FY19 Sites

  • Chicago Police Department (Large Jurisdiction)

FY20 Sites

  • Elgin Police Department (Medium Jurisdiction)

Indiana

FY20 Sites

  • St. Joseph County Police Department (Medium Jurisdiction)

Iowa

FY20 Sites

  • Mason City Police Department (Small Jurisdiction)

Kansas

FY19 Sites

  • Kansas Bureau of Investigation (Medium Jurisdiction)
  • Overland Park Police Department (Medium Jurisdiction)

FY20 Sites

  • Prairie Band Potawatomi Nation (Tribal Jurisdiction)

Kentucky

FY19 Sites

  • Jeffersontown Police (Small Jurisdiction)
  • Louisville Metro PD (Large Jurisdiction)

Maryland

FY19 Sites

  • County of Baltimore (Large Jurisdiction)

Massachusetts

FY19 Sites

  • Brockton Police Department (Small Jurisdiction)

Michigan

FY19 Sites

  • Battle Creek Police Department (Small Jurisdiction)
  • Grand Rapids Police Department (Medium Jurisdiction)
  • Michigan State Police (Large Jurisdiction)
  • Saginaw Police Department (Small Jurisdiction)

Minnesota

FY19 Sites

  • Red Lake Band of Chippewa Department of Public Safety (Tribal Jurisdiction)

FY20 Sites

  • Stearns County Sheriff's Office (Small Jurisdiction)

Missouri

FY18 Sites

  • St. Louis Police Department (Medium Jurisdiction)

Nebraska

FY19 Sites

  • Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska (Tribal Jurisdiction)

Nevada

FY18 Sites

  • University of Nevada, Reno (Small Jurisdiction)

FY19 Sites

  • Reno Police Department (Medium Jurisdiction)

FY20 Sites

  • Washoe County Sheriff's Office (Medium Jurisdiction)

New Jersey

FY18 Sites

  • Union County Prosecutor's Office (Large Jurisdiction)

FY20 Sites

  • Paterson Police Department (Medium Jurisdiction)

New York

FY19 Sites

  • City of Auburn (Small Jurisdiction)
  • Johnson City Police Department (Small Jurisdiction)
  • Livingston County Sheriff's Office (Small Jurisdiction)

FY20 Sites

  • Cayuga County Sheriff's Office (Small Jurisdiction)
  • Rockland County District Attorney's Office (Small Jurisdiction)

North Carolina

FY18 Sites

  • Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department (Large Jurisdiction)

FY19 Sites

  • County of Cleveland (Small Jurisdiction)
  • Gaston County Sheriff's Office (Small Jurisdiction)

FY20 Sites

  • Salisbury Police Department (Small Jurisdiction)

North Dakota

FY20 Sites

  • North Dakota Bureau of Criminal Investigation (Small Jurisdiction)

Ohio

FY18 Sites

  • Cleveland Police Department (Medium Jurisdiction)

FY19 Sites

  • County of Hocking (Small Jurisdiction)

Oklahoma

FY19 Sites

  • City of Fairland (Small Jurisdiction)
  • City of Tulsa (Medium Jurisdiction)

Oregon

FY18 Sites

  • Central Point Police Department (Small Jurisdiction)
  • Portland Police Bureau (Large Jurisdiction)

Pennsylvania

FY20 Sites

  • Central Bucks Regional Police Department (Small Jurisdiction)

Tennessee

FY18 Sites

  • Chattanooga Police Department (Medium Jurisdiction)

FY19 Sites

  • City of Memphis (Large Jurisdiction)

FY20 Sites

  • Tennessee Bureau of Investigation (Medium Jurisdiction)

Texas

FY18 Sites

  • Manor Police Department (Small Jurisdiction)

FY19 Sites

  • Bellaire Police Department (Small Jurisdiction)
  • Fort Worth Police Department (Large Jurisdiction)
  • Harris County Sheriff's Office (Large Jurisdiction)
  • Montgomery County Sheriff's Office (Medium Jurisdiction)

FY20 Sites

  • Houston Police Department (Large Jurisdiction)

Utah

FY19 Sites

  • Salt Lake City Corporation (Medium Jurisdiction)

FY20 Sites

  • Utah State University (Small Jurisdiction)

Vermont

FY20 Sites

  • Vermont State Police (Medium Jurisdiction)

Virginia

FY19 Sites

  • Newport News Police Department (Medium Jurisdiction)

Washington

FY19 Sites

  • Confederated Tribes and Bands of the Yakama Nation (Tribal Jurisdiction)

FY20 Sites

  • Seattle Police Department (Large Jurisdiction)

West Virginia

FY19 Sites

  • Wheeling Police Department (Small Jurisdiction)

FY20 Sites

  • Logan County Commission (Small Jurisdiction)

Wisconsin

FY19 Sites

  • Wisconsin Department of Justice (Small Jurisdiction)
  • Red Cliff Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Indians (Tribal Jurisdiction)

Wyoming

FY18 Sites

  • Riverton Police Department (Small Jurisdiction)

FY19 Sites

  • City of Lander (Small Jurisdiction)

Jurisdiction size is defined by U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Office for Victims of Crime as the following:

FY18 LEV Sites

  • Small:  Less than 50,000 residents, non-federal departments employing less than 100 full-time sworn officers
  • Medium: 50,000 – 500,000 residents, non-federal departments employing less than 100 full-time sworn officers
  • Large: More than 500,000 residents, non-federal departments employing 100 or more full-time sworn officers
  • Tribal: Federally recognized Indian tribal governments that perform law enforcement functions (as determined by the Secretary of the Interior)

FY19 LEV Sites 

  • Small: Non-federal departments employing fewer than 250 full-time sworn officers
  • Medium: Non-federal departments employing 250 to 1,000 full-time sworn officers
  • Large: Non-federal departments employing more than 1,000 full-time sworn officers
  • Tribal: Federally recognized Indian tribal governments (as determined by the Secretary of the Interior)

FY20 LEV Sites

  • Small: Non-federal departments employing fewer than 100 full-time sworn officers
  • Medium: Non-federal departments employing 101 to 999 full-time sworn officers
  • Large: Non-federal departments employing more than 1,000 full-time sworn officers
  • Tribal: Public law enforcement agencies of federally recognized Indian tribes

For more information and resources on the LEV Program, please visit the LEV Program's main project webpage

This webpage was produced by the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) under 2018-V3-GX-K049, awarded by the Office for Victims of Crime, Office of Justice Programs, U.S. Department of Justice. The opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this webpage are those of the contributors and do not necessarily represent the official position of the U.S. Department of Justice. 

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