WHO

benefits from Victim's Compensation?

Oklahoma Crime Victims Compensation (OCVC) may
be available if you or someone you love suffered
physical or psychological injury due to a violent crime
that occurred anywhere in the state of Oklahoma.

HOW

do you file a claim?


Contact the district attorney’s office in the county
where the crime took place

or

Call the Oklahoma Crime Victims
Compensation Program

1-800-745-6098

or

START A CLAIM

WHAT

expenses qualify for compensation?


OCVC may provide compensation for these UNREIMBURSED
expenses related to the crime:

Medical, dental, and prescriptions Counseling and Rehabilitation for the victim Grief counseling for families of homicide victims
Traditional healing Crime scene cleanup Funeral and burial expenses
Work loss and replacement of services the victim would have performed if not for the injury Loss of support for dependents of a deceased victim, and replacement of services the victim would have performed if not for the crime Mileage reimbursement for medical, dental, and counseling appointments for the victim
Medical, dental, and prescriptions
Counseling and Rehabilitation for the victim
Grief counseling for families of homicide victims
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Traditional healing
Crime scene cleanup
Funeral and burial expenses
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Work loss and replacement of services the victim would have performed if not for the injury
Loss of support for dependents of a deceased victim, and replacement of services the victim would have performed if not for the crime
Mileage reimbursement for medical, dental, and counseling appointments for the victim
LEARN MORE ABOUT ELIGIBLE EXPENSES

WHEN

should a claim be filed?


The crime should be reported to law enforcement within
72 hours, and a claim should be filed within one year of
the injury or death of the victim. Reporting and filing
deadlines may be waived and extended if the OCVC board
finds there is a good cause for the delay, or if the victim
was a minor or incapacitated adult.