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Announces the Request for Proposals

for SFY 2021 & 2022

(7/1/2020 – 6/30/2022)

                        All proposals must be submitted to the Division of Victim Services no later than                                                         

11:59 p.m. on Sunday, March 15, 2020.

The Wyoming Division of Victim Services (DVS) is soliciting Request for Proposals (RFP) for the state fiscal years 2021 (7/1/20 – 6/30/21) & 2022 (7/1/21 – 6/30/22) from public and private non-profit agencies and organizations in Wyoming that serve victims of crime.  Proposals will be funded through the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA), the Victims of Crime Act (VOCA), the Family Violence Prevention Services Act (FVPSA), and state general funds for the purpose of providing services to victims of crime in Wyoming.  

More information regarding the application process can be found in the DVS Subgrantee Administrator’s Guide Book, located on the DVS website, on the Funding page. The Administrator’s Guide Book provides detailed information on eligibility, allowable expenses, and reporting requirements.

For more information contact DVS at 307-777-7200.

A recorded version of the WyoGrants System Training for the SFY21/22 funding application can be viewed here.

Wyoming victim services providers listed by county can be found here.

Speaking as One Voice for Victims of Crime
The mission of the Wyoming Division of Victim Services (DVS) is to cultivate social change and access to victim services through the provision of resources, education, and program support and development. 

DVS provides awareness, education, and technical support to programs serving victims of crime and to the general public. DVS supports legislative, judicial, and social reforms beneficial to crime victims. 

The DVS Program Management Team (PMT) is an essential part of achieving the mission of the Division of Victim Services. The PMT administers federal and state funds and provides technical assistance to support service delivery for victim service providers as well as administering special programs that enhance victim services providers throughout the state according to federal and state statutes. The PMT commitment and strength lies in the success of victim service providers and are dedicated to providing the tools and resources to maximize their accomplishments. 

DVS administers the Wyoming Crime Victim Compensation Program (WCVCP) that provides financial assistance to hundreds of victims each year. Benefits are awarded for out-of-pocket expenses, medical expenses, lost wages, and counseling costs related to emotional and physical injury suffered by the victim and the victims family as a direct result of a crime. The program does not compensate victims for damaged or stolen property. The WCVCP is funded solely through fines and fees paid by criminal offenders in district, circuit, and some municipal courts throughout Wyoming, and the Victims of Crime Act (VOCA) funds, a federal grant that is funded by fines and fees paid by offenders in federal court. 

Wyoming Crime Victim Bill of Rights

Since the passage of Wyoming's Victims Bill of Rights in 1991, victim service providers and criminal justice agencies have worked to enforce and ensure these rights. 
  • The right to be treated with compassion, respect, and sensitivity within the criminal justice system;
  • The right to know the whereabouts of the offender and the current status of the case;
  • The right to receive restitution from offenders;
  • The right to know all rights under this law, including information about services and victims assistance at the local level;
  • The right to know about victim compensation;
  • The right to reasonable protection and safety and the right to know of legal recourse if threatened;
  • The right to prompt return of property;
  • The right to preservation of employment while participating in the criminal justice process;
  • The right to be informed about the opportunity to make a victim impact statement at sentencing and parole hearing; and
  • The right to be present at trial.