It is the policy of the Pflugerville Police Department to observe the rights of crime victims and to ensure they will be treated with fairness, compassion, and dignity.
Victim's needs are met through a 24/7 victim services program benefiting any personal situation. This program utilizes community volunteers to provide services to victims and their families, witnesses to the crime, law enforcement personnel, and the community at large. The target population includes all citizens of Pflugerville and all students of the Pflugerville School District.
- On-scene crisis intervention
- Emergency referrals
- First responders and community debriefing
- Accompaniment to court
- Letter/phone call follow-up
- Accompaniment to trauma services
- Assist with Crime Victims Compensation Application
- Volunteer recruitment and training
- Emergency protective orders
- Body and/or death notification
- Continued advocacy
Training classes - Monday and Wednesday evenings from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. for 8 weeks.
Topics will include how to work with victims of family violence, sexual assault, child victims, elderly victims, survivors of suicide and homicide, and victims of other violent crimes. Any interested citizen who resides in Pflugerville or the surrounding area is encouraged to apply. Applicants must be at least 21 years of age.
Judy Allen, Director
Pflugerville Justice Center
1611 Pfennig Lane
Pflugerville, TX 78691
Hours: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
On Call: 24 Hours
After Hours: 512-990-6700