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CRIMINAL JUSTICE

Legal information, tools and resources exclusive to the State of Alaska.

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Legal Help and Resources 

Learn about legal services and resources offered by Alaska Network on Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault. Access guides and connect with a legal advocate for support to navigate the court system. Learn more >

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Crime Victims' Rights Handbook

Access a brief overview of the rights of crime victims under Alaska's constitution and state statutes. Learn more >

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Village Public Safety Officers

The Village Public Safety Officer (VPSO) program began in 1979 as a concept to address rural public safety. The VPSO is often the first responder when their community needs help; hence their motto: "First Responders - Last Frontier". 

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Victims for Justice

Victims for Justice works to ensure Alaskans affected by violent crime get the support they need and deserve. They help victims cope with trauma and grief, and ensure victim rights are observed within the judicial system. 

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Tribal Court Proceedings

Access resources from Alaska Tribes, a project of Alaska Legal Services Corp., to help navigate tribal court proceedings including a Tribal Courts map, directory, and more. Learn more >

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Council on Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault

The Council promotes the prevention of domestic violence and sexual assault and provides safety for Alaskans victimized or impacted by domestic violence and sexual assault through a statewide system of crisis intervention and support, and by demanding perpetrator accountability. Learn more >

ISAAC is not a provider of legal advocacy. 

Tribal courts and their tribal laws may differ from each community and should be consulted with their tribal courts administrative staff.