Victim Assistance

A crime can have multiple impacts on an individual and their family – not only physically – but emotionally, financially and legally.

Sugar Land Police Department (SLPD) is dedicated to providing trauma-informed and compassionate services to support victims, family members and witnesses in the aftermath of a violent crime.

Our goal is reduce the short and long term effects related to traumatic experience of victimization.

The purpose of Sugar Land Police Departments Victim Advocate is to assist victims of crime through the criminal justice system.   Our victim advocacy program provides services to victims of crimes such as assault, family violence, sexual assault, robbery, harassment and others.

Contact Information 

and Hours of Operation

Victim Services is available
Monday – Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
1200 Highway 6 S.

Ph: 281-275-2945
24-hour information line: 281-275-2539


The Victim Advocate works closely with victims and their families to provide the following services:

  • Emotional support to survivors and victim’s family members
  • Assistance in obtaining Emergency and Permanent Protective Orders
  • Referral to support groups, shelter and housing facilities, agencies that provide medical and mental health services and financial support
  • Education on the criminal justice system and advocacy
  • Personal safety planning
  • Assistance with filing for Crime Victim’s Compensation
  • Court accompaniment


Phone Number
Ft. Bend Women’s CenterSafe placement, free
AVDAFree legal aid for victims of domestic violence, protective orders,
Texas VINEAllows victims to be notified when suspect will be released from jail & other important
District Attorney Protective Order DivisionHelps obtain a permanent protective order281-341-4480
Katy Christian MinistriesFree counseling, safe
Texana Crisis LineMental health assessment &
Catholic Charities of Ft. Bend CountyFood, rent, utilities,
DAYAServes South Asian community w/ free counseling, safety planning & legal
Crime Victims’ CompensationHelps with financial cost of
Child or Adult Protective ServicesTo report abuse of children or adults1-800-252-5400
National Domestic Hotline
National Sexual Assault Hotline
National Suicide & Crisis Lifeline