As we continue through our stay-at-home orders, and transition into Phase 1, we  will continue to provide Victim Impact Panels via ZOOM.   In order to get signed up for an upcoming Panel, please call (775) 348-4664 and leave a message with the following information:   1) Name, 2) Date of Birth, 3) Court, 4) Email address and your contact number.  Once this information is provided, you will receive an email with the instructions on paying through Venmo.  Once confirmation is received from Venmo of your payment, you will receive an email with the instructions for the upcoming Zoom meeting. 

Please be patient as we work through getting a response to everyone.  I’m sure, as you can imagine, we are receiving many calls every day to get something scheduled.  We promise, you WILL get a call or an email with information about the next Victim Impact Panel.

We will start having Zoom Victim Impact Panels starting May 20, 2020

We want to thank everyone for their patience as we go through these crazy times of COVID-19 and the stay-in-place and social distancing guidelines it has brought to our world.

Starting on our next regularly scheduled Victim Impact Panel on May 20, 2020, we will have our first ZOOM meeting.

We are currently in the process of contacting everyone who has called and will begin scheduling times to get everyone in for their Victim Impact Panel.   Please be patient during this time as we have had several hundred calls.

If you have not heard from anyone with the DUI Victim Impact Panel by Friday evening, please call at (775) 348-4664 to get something scheduled.



Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, all Victim Impact Panels are cancelled until May 2020. This includes Reno, Sparks and Rurals (Carson City, Fernley, Fallon, Battle Mountain & Elko). Please contact your Court to request an extension if you are required to complete prior to the next VIP. If you have any questions, please call either (775) 348-4664 or (775) 883-4715. Thank you for your patience.

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