Help For Victims
American Red Cross—information on programs of the Red Cross.
American Psychological Association
Child Endangerment Report
Concerns of Police Survivors—resources for families of peace officers killed in the line of duty.
Crime Victim Rights Information Guide
Direct Ability—guide to resources for persons with disabilities. Links to services, disability related products and resources and information designed for people with disabilities.
Grief Loss & Recovery—links to grief support resources throughout the world.
Lawyer's Professional Responsibility Board—information on complaints filed against attorneys, information on filing a complaint against an attorney.
Minnesota Attorney General's Office
Minnesota Board of Judicial Standards—information on filing complaints against a judge.
Minnesota Center for Crime Victim Services—information on state services for crime victims.
Minnesota Council on Disability—disability resources.
Minnesota Department of Commerce—insurance commissioner, enforcement division for complaints against insurance carriers, links to other Department of Commerce resources.
Minnesota Department of Corrections—information on inmate location, offender lookup database, links to correctional facilities, Minnesota counties and other valuable resources.
Minnesota Department of Human Services—Minnesota's Human Services programs and links to resources, such as Minnesota Care.
Minnesota Laws—access to current Minnesota laws, pending legislation and links to Minnesota State agencies.
Minnesota Reparations Board—information on financial help for victims of crime, reparations claims forms, etc.
Minnesota Sentencing Guidelines Commission—sentencing guidelines data, sentencing grid and sentencing commentaries.
Minnesota Fallen Firefighters Memorial Association—resources for families of firefighters killed in the line of duty.
Minnesota Police and Peace Officers Association—online law enforcement agency directory.
National Center for Victims of Crime
Office of Justice Programs—partnerships for safer communities.
Parents of Murdered Children—resources for surviving families and friends of homicide victims.
Social Security Administration—information on Social Security programs: Supplemental Security, Social Security Disability and Survivor's Benefits.