DJJ’s Victim Liaison helps ensure victims of juvenile offenders are properly notified upon the release of a serious offender. Juvenile records, including disposition, probation, and personal data, are kept strictly confidential; however, state law does allow for certain notifications of release to victims (see below). The DJJ Victim Liaison can assist you in navigating the process for notification.
If you are the victim of a juvenile offender and would like to receive notification of release, please e-mail the DJJ Victim Liaison at: email@example.com
The liaison will assist you with your request.
The DJJ Victim Liaison helps:
If you have a general records request, please visit: https://www.djj.virginia.gov/pages/about-djj/djj-info-requests.htm
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List of Victim Resources
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Rights and Accountability ensures that staff and residents’ rights are protected while at the same time striving to modify poor behavior through accountability measures. The team is staffed by Human Rights Coordinators, who operate independently from the juvenile correctional center to provide youth with an outlet for addressing concerns.