Victim Rights

Colorado State Patrol's Victim Services Unit (VSU) functions to offer timely assistance to crash victims and their families, while safeguarding victim’s rights throughout the criminal process.

 
 

 

 


Victim Rights Act Statement

The Victim Rights Act in Colorado ensures that crime victims are treated with fairness, respect, dignity and that they are free from intimidation, harassment, and abuse. It also helps to ensure that victims are informed of critical stages of the criminal justice process and that they may be present for, and heard, at certain stages as well.
 

 


 

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Contact

Dolores Poeppel, Director

Dolores Poeppel, Director
15055 S. Golden Road
Golden, CO 80401
303.273.1618 (Office)
303.915-8225 (Cell)
303.273.1741 (Fax)
Dolores.Poeppel@state.co.us

Lori Brown, District 1 East Advocate

Lori Brown, District 1 East Advocate
4600 Castleton Court
Castle Rock, CO 80109
303.902-0507 (Cell)
LoriM.Brown@state.co.us

Kimberly Major, District 1 West Advocate

Kimberly Major, District 1 West Advocate
1096 McIntyre Street
Golden, CO 80401
303.549.1267 (Cell)
Kimberly.Major@state.co.us


 

Magda Serna, District 2 Advocate

Magda Serna, District 2 Advocate
1480 Quail Lake Loop, Suite B
Colorado Springs, CO 80906
719.651.3857 (Cell)
Magda.Serna@state.co.us

Alicia Bourdon-Goure, District 4 Advocate

Alicia Bourdon-Goure, District 4 Advocate
554 Jurassic Court
Fruita, CO 81521
719.251-0006 (Cell)
Alicia.Bourdon-Goure@state.co.us

Laura VanGilder, District 3 Advocate

Laura VanGilder, District 3 Advocate
10601 W. 10th Street
Greeley, CO 80634
970.302.1042 (Cell)
970.506.4979 (Fax)
Laura.VanGilder@state.co.us


 

Rebecca Frasier, District 5 Advocate

Rebecca Frasier, District 5 Advocate
20591 Hwy. 160
Durango, CO 81301
970.880.2001
Rebecca.Frasier@state.co.us