Dallas Crime Victims we welcome you to our website.
This site was created to provide information and resources to you, the victim.
We care about you, and hope to share resources that can help support your healing. 


If you are a professional in an organization supporting victims of crime, 
Please join us for the 9th annual Holiday Luncheon and Tree Decorating Get-together.  
This is a “Pot Luck Lunch”.   We ask everyone to bring their favorite dish to share.  

Tuesday December 10th, 2014

11:00 am-1:00 pm 

Hosted By:


   1400 S. LAMAR


   Dallas, TX  75215



Upcoming Events to Attend & Support:




As the holiday season approaches, we would like to take this time to pay special tribute to victims of crime.  You are cordially invited to participate in the seventeenth annual Tree of Angels®   ceremony sponsored by the Crime Victims Council of Dallas County.  Please bring an angel ornament to place on the Tree of Angels® in recognition of a crime victim.  Ornaments in remembrance of crime victims placed on the Tree of Angels® in previous years will be available for family members to once again place on the tree.


Thursday, December 4, 2014

7:00 p.m.


Cliff  Temple Baptist Church 

10th and Zang 

Dallas, TX 75208 


Reception to follow 


Please call Pat Keaton, 214-671-3587 or  Krissi Boulom  214-671-3588  if you have any questions.


For more information on the history of the Tree of Angels event CLICK HERE

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Top ( l-r): Pat Keaton, DPD; Debbie Wayne, Victim Advocate; Connie Barron-Wilson, ATF; Claudia Arneck, Dallas Co. DA Office,
Seated: Ashley Johnson, Carrollton PD; Akisha Simon, Carrollton PD; Brenda Lane-McAfee, Victim Relief Ministries
Getting ready for the "Boogie the Night Away" big fund raiser event, Saturday, March 29th 2014 at Cliff Temple Baptist Church.


"Everyday a half dozen Americans die at the hands of someone they love.  Most of them are women.  Many are parents."


View this 'Deadly Affection' 4-part series presented by the Dallas Morning News and join us in trying to make sense of the unfathomable: http://res.dallasnews.com/interactives/2014_deadlyaffection/part4/



If you or someone you know is a victim of crime, please know that you are not alone.  We are a council of victim advocates ready to support you and your family in finding healing and justice.  Please review our community's resources and reach out to receive the assistance you need by clicking HERE.