The goal of the Springdale Police Department is to provide law enforcement services that contribute to the improvement of the quality of life of all its citizens. Paramount to this effort is the protection of citizens who have been victimized by crime. To this end, the Springdale Police Department employs a Victim's Advocate to ensure the impartial, respectful and prompt delivery of victim services. Provided on this page, you will find some helpful information and links.
Colleen Belk joined our staff in July 2017 as our Victim's Advocate and is available and dedicated to serving the citizens of Springdale. If you would like to learn more about Victim Services and what help is available to you, please feel free to contact me 803-796-3160 at or you can email me at email@example.com.
The Victim's Advocate can assist with many types of resources and services. Some of which include:
Under S.C. Law, crime victims have the following rights:
Under S.C. Law, in order to fully exercise your rights as a crime victim, you have certain responsibilities. These are:
Crime Victim's Compensation Fund
A victim of crime who has suffered physical injury, psychological trauma, or death of a family member may be eligible for compensation benefits if:
South Carolina State Office of Victims Assistance
South Carolina Crime Victims’ Council
South Carolina Victim Assistance Network
Sexual Trauma Services of the Midlands
South Carolina Coalition Against Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault (SCCADVASA)
Dickerson Children’s Advocacy Center