Victim Information

The Creve Coeur Police Department realizes the being involved in any type of criminal incident can be very stressful.  Rest assured we will make every effort to bring all cases to a successful resolution.  This page is intended to provide additional resources to those who have been victimized by a crime.  Please don't hesitate to call us directly if you need more assistance. 

Your Rights as a Victim:



The Crime Victim's Constitutional Amendment guarantees that crime victims have the right to:

  • Be present at all criminal justice proceeding which the defendant attends, including juvenile proceeding if the offense would be a felony.
  • Be information of and heard at guilty pleas, bail hearing, sentencing’s, probation revocations and parole hearings.
  • Be informed of trial and preliminary hearings.
  • Restitutions.
  • Speedy disposition and appellate review of their case.
  • Reasonable protection from the defendant.
  • Information about the escape or release of the accused.
  • Information about the criminal justice process.