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Having successfully advocated for the establishment of meaningful and enforceable victims' rights in the state, Marsy’s Law for Georgia continues to champion the rights of crime victims. While we do not represent individuals or provide legal advice, our website is a valuable resource for those seeking legal representation or more information about the assertion and enforcement of victims’ rights in Georgia.

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Georgia Crime Victim's Rights Notification Card

The Prosecuting Attorneys’ Council of Georgia, in partnership with the Marsy’s Law for Georgia Advisory Committee, has created the Georgia Crime Victim’s Rights Notification card. This printable notification card outlines victims’ rights under the Georgia Constitution and the Georgia Crime Victims Bill of Rights. The card is intended for use by prosecutors, law enforcement, victim advocates, and victim assistance organizations to help educate crime victims on their rights as well as connect them with valuable resources.










Printable PDF - English
Printable PDF - Spanish


State Agencies & Georgia Programs

Georgia Commission on Family Violence – Family Violence Shelters & Services
*Survivors of Murder-Suicide & DV Homicide Support Group

Georgia Network to End Sexual Assault – Sexual Assault & Rape Crisis Centers

Child Advocacy Centers of Georgia

Georgia Office of Victim Services (serving Georgia Department of Community Supervision, Georgia Department of Corrections, and State Board of Pardons & Paroles)

Georgia Crime Victims Compensation Program

Georgia Department of Behavioral Health & Developmental Disabilities

Office of the Attorney General

Department of Community Health – At-Risk Adult Abuse & Neglect (for reporting a facility licensed through the Division of Healthcare Facility Regulation)

Department of Human Services: Division of Aging Services – At-Risk Adult Abuse & Neglect (for reporting a non-facility)

Mothers Against Drunk Driving (M.A.D.D.) Georgia – Victim Impact Panels

Georgia Coalition to Combat Human Trafficking

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Federal Agencies & National Programs

National Organization for Victim Assistance

National Center for Victims of Crime

Federal Bureau of Investigation – Victim Assistance

Federal Trade Commission – Identity Theft

Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation – Cybersecurity/Identity Theft

Stop Bullying – Official Website of U.S. Government

National Human Trafficking Hotline

MemoryCare.Com – Resources to Help Seniors


If you are an organization seeking training in your state on victims’ rights please use the following link: