Victim Services

The Beaverton Police Department is committed to supporting crime victims in our community by offering advocacy, emotional support, information and referrals to resources.

Services


  • Advocacy and Emotional Support
  • Safety Planning
  • Crime Victim Compensation Program Application Assistance
  • Address Confidentiality Program Application Assistance
  • Victims' Right Information
  • Victim Self Defense Class
  • Prevention and Education
  • U Visa I-918 Certification
  • 911 Cell Phone Program
  • Court Accompaniment
  • Resource Referrals
Beaverton Police Victim Services is proud to coordinate and partner with multiple community agencies in Washington County and the Portland Metro area.  

System-based advocates in the justice system (such as the police department, the District Attorney’s office, Juvenile, and in probation/parole) are not entitled to advocate confidentiality and privilege, unlike community-based advocates in non-profit organizations.  
Community-based advocates (such as in non-profit organizations) may be entitled to advocate confidentiality and privilege, many are. 
 
Beaverton Police Department Victim Services is grateful for the generous support and donations from Beaverton Family Chiropractic, Oak Hills Church, Trader Joe's (Beaverton), The Panhandle Café, Munson Gifts & Apparel, Cake Pop Baby, Churros Locos, The Home Depot (Beaverton), New Seasons Market-Cedar Hills, Enfamil-Mead Johnson & Company, and other community partners.

Contact Us


For more information about our Victim Services, please contact:
Katrina Rodriguez
Victim Services Coordinator
Desk: 503-526-2205
Cell:   971-253-9364
Email: krodriguez@beavertonoregon.gov