Office of the District Attorney Carbon County Victim/Witness 

The Carbon County District Attorney's Victim/Witness unit understands that being a crime victim or witness is a traumatic experience. Experiencing the criminal justice process for the first time may understandably cause mental anguish and uncertainty. 

 

Our staff is committed to protecting the rights of all victims and witnesses and works to ensure that everyone involved is treated with dignity and respect. We advocate to protect their rights, guide them through the criminal justice process, and ensure they are connected with the proper support agencies. 

Confidentiality

Information provided to the Carbon County Victim/Witness Unit is considered confidential. We will protect all information obtained from victims and their families and will not disclose any confidential information to anyone other than law enforcement officials, correction agency's, or prosecutors without the victim's consent.

Olivia Dacey is our experienced victim/witness coordinator and provides service to:

  • Notify victims of defendants’ sentencing dates 

  • Inform victims about appeals

  • Notify victims when parole is being considered

  • Identify when agencies or special services are needed 

  • Provide court accompaniment

  • Assist clients with restitution claims

  • Notify victims of the availability of inmate release notification through the Pennsylvania Office of the Victim Advocate and Pennsylvania’s Automated Victim Notification System

FORMS

CARBON COUNTY

VICTIM RESOURCE CENTER

1001 Mahoning Street
Lehighton, PA 18235

(610) 379-0151

Home – Victims Resource Center (vrcnepa.org)

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE SERVICE CENTER

Domestic Violence Service Center | Help is Only a Phone Call Away

1-800-424-5600

PA SAVIN

PA SAVIN is Pennsylvania’s automated victim notification system. As a victim of crime, this service provides you with free, confidential notification regarding an offender’s release, transfer or escape. The PA SAVIN service includes offenders under the supervision of county jails, state prisons, and state parole.