Crime Victims Reparation Commission

  • NEW Compensation Applications

    NEW Compensation Applications

    As we continue to improve our response and efficiency in providing services to victims of crime in New Mexico, we are implementing the next phase in our plan. The New Mexico Crime Victims Reparation Commission is now accepting the NEW crime victim compensation applications via email. The NEW application must be emailed to cvrc.office@state.nm.us starting now. Please be advised this will be the only email to accept applications. The NEW application can be found on our website, www.cvrc.state.nm.us by clicking on the top tool bar, under Application. New applications that are hand-delivered, faxed (505.841.9437) or mailed are still accepted. Emailing the NEW compensation applications is another avenue to increase accessibility and convenience. We endeavor to work at enhancing the services we provide to victims of violent crime in New Mexico. We recognize that we could not assist victims without your help. Thank you for doing what you do. The CVRC Staff

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  • Get help

    Get help

    If you have been a victim of a violent crime, you may be eligible for compensation. To learn more, view the CVRC application.

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CVRC Brochure

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Si usted es una víctima de un crimen violento, por favor clic aquí.


NMCVRC Quarterly Updates

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News & Notifications

  November 24, 2015  

The New Mexico Crime Victims Reparation Commission is looking to hire a Grants Program Specialist.

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The Recruitment ends December 16,2015.

  November 13, 2015  

November 18, 2015 NM CVRC Commission Meeting Agenda:

11-18-15 Agenda

  November 10, 2015  

In observance of the following holidays, the New Mexico Crime Victim’s Reparation Commission office will be closed: Veteran’s Day (November 11, 2015), Thanksgiving/President’s Day (November 26 & 27, 2015), Christmas Day (December 25, 2015), and New Year’s Day (January 1, 2016).

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