Welcome to the VOICE for Victims website. Users will find information for victims of crimes that were committed in Wisconsin. Our goal is to promote safety and restore some peace of mind in the lives of victims and others who have been affected by crime.
If you have not logged on to the new VOICE website and know your Victim Identification Number, please click here for logon instructions. Your Victim ID (User ID) has remained the same but the account password has been reset.
If you do not know your Victim ID or need help with logging on after reading the instructions, please contact OVSP staff at 1-800-947-5777 or send an email by clicking on the link below. OVSP antcipates an increase in call volume, so please leave a message if you are not able to talk directly with a Victim Specialist.
Enrolled victims may sign in using their Victim Identification number and Password to access offender information, their confidential Message Center, view personal enrollment information and their notification preferences. Enrolled victims may also access offender status information, at any time, by calling the VOICE automated phone line at 800-398-2403 and entering their Victim Identification number.
If you are a crime victim but have not yet enrolled, please contact the Department of Corrections Office of Victim Services and Programs at the number below to speak with a victim advocate. You may also contact your local Victim Witness Office or District Attorney’s Office for assistance. Click here to find contact information for the District Attorney, Victim Witness, local victim resources or law enforcement in your county.
This Web site is funded in whole or in part through a grant from the Bureau of Justice Assistance, Office of Justice Programs, U. S. Department of Justice. Neither the U.S. Department of Justice nor any of its components operate, control, are responsible for, or necessarily endorse, this website (including without limitation, its content, technical infrastructure, and policies, and any services or tools provided)."