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Many police departments across the state have advocates who work with officers to help victims/survivors. Police-based advocates are an important connection between victims/survivors and the officers and detectives. The advocates can answer questions about the case, find information, and make referrals to other resources in the community. Advocates are available at any time, day or night, when requested to do so by an officer.
Delaware State Police Victims’ Center (24 hours, bilingual Spanish/English): 800-842-8461
In addition to serving the Delaware State Police, the Victims' Center services are also extended to over 30 other municipal departments throughout Delaware that do not have an “in house” victim service unit.
Dover Police Department Victim Assistance Program: 302-736-7134
Georgetown Police Department Victim Services (bilingual Spanish/English): 302-856-6613
Newark Police Department Victim Assistance Program: 302-366-7110 ext. 3137
New Castle County Police Victim Assistance Program: 302-395-8000
New Castle County Police Bilingual (Spanish/English) Advocate: 302-395-8117
Wilmington Police Domestic Violence Coordinator: 302-576-3648
Wilmington Police Victim Services Supervisor: 302-576-3622
Wilmington Police Victim Services Bilingual (Spanish/English) Case Coordinator: 302-576-3665
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