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Sexual Assault Center
318-255-7273

Child Advocacy Center
318-255-7273

Lincoln Parish Sheriff’s Office
Non-Emergencies
318-251-5111

Ruston City Police Dept.
Non-Emergencies
318-255-4141

Dubach PD
318-777-8634 

Choudrant PD
318-768-4441 

Simsboro PD
318-247-6900

LA Tech PD
318-257-4010  

Grambling PD
318-247-3771  

Grambling SU PD
318-274-2219

LA State Police
Troop F HQ
318-345-0000

Grambling City Police Dept.
Non-Emergencies
318-247-3771

Union Parish Sherriff’s Office
Non-Emergencies
318-368-3124

Bernice Police Department
318-285-9933

Farmerville Police Department
318-368-2226

Junction City Police Department
318-986-4459

Marion Police Department
318-292-4715

Domestic Abuse Resistance Team Union Parish
318-368-6181

R.S. 46:1844 Crime Victims/Witness Rights

As victim, guardian of a victim, or close relative of a deceased victim you are entitled to the following rights within the criminal justice system:

  • The right to services and information concerning services available to victims and witnesses of a crime;
  • Advance notification to victim, or designated family member concerning judicial proceedings; and the right to be present;
  • The right to schedule a conference with the district attorney's office within reasonable time to obtain your view;
  • When requested, the victim/witness shall be assisted by the judicial agency in informing employers that the need for victim and witness cooperation in the prosecution of the case may necessitate absence of the victim or witness from work;
  • The notification of scheduling changes;
  • If properly registered with the clerk of the court, the victim or designated family member shall have the right to view and comment on the presentence or post sentence reports relating to the crime against the victim;
  • The victim shall have the right to a speedy disposition and prompt and final conclusion of the case after conviction and sentencing;
  • The victim and victim's family members shall have the right to make a written and oral victim impact statement subject tothe limitations of relevance;
  • The right to the prompt return of property to victim or family member when it is no longer needed as evidence;
  • The right to seek restitution;
  • Notification of pardon or parole hearings;
  • The right to be informed, when requested, by a peace officer concerning the defendant's right to bail and the procedures in criminal investigations.

Lincoln Parish Office

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100 West Texas Ave. 2nd Floor Ruston, LA 71270 Phone: (318) 513-6350 Fax: (318) 251-5103

Union Parish Office

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100 East Bayou Street Farmerville, LA 71241 Phone: (318) 368-2201 Fax: (318) 368-3717