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Domestic Violence - Fast Track Victim Advocate

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District Attorney's Office-4th Judicial District

  • 198 people are interested

The Domestic Violence Fast Track Advocate, under the direction of the Victim Witness Program Manager and the Fast Track Supervisor, will call victims and accurately record their response to questions asked pertaining to the domestic violence incident. The ideal candidate will be able to show empathy and understanding for the feelings expressed by the victim. The Fast Track Victim Advocate will provide information regarding all communication with victims to the Fast Track Supervisor. The Fast Track Advocate will accompany other volunteers and the Fast Track Supervisor to court each afternoon for Video Advisement and Pre-Trial Conference Hearing. Responsibilities include: answering victim questions about the court process, obtaining pertinent information from the victim regarding the domestic violence incident, report on case resolution, conduct victim follow-up, and inform victims of available community resources. The Domestic Violence Advocate cannot advise victims regarding the relationship they are in, or have been in, other than providing resources for the victim to make decisions

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About District Attorney's Office-4th Judicial District


105 E. Vermijo Avenue, Colorado Springs, CO 80903, US

Mission Statement

To professionally seek justice for the people of the 4th Judicial District. In pursuit of this mission, we will remember that the paractice of law is first and foremost a profession, and encourage respect for the law and our legal system through our words and actions. We will also remember our responsibilites to serve as officers of the court and protectors of individual rights. We will honor the spirit and intent, as well as the requirements, of the applicable rules or code of professional conduct for our jurisdiction, and will encourage others to do the same.


The District Attorney's Office seeks justice on behalf of the people of El Paso and Teller Counties and enforces the criminal laws of this state.

Advocacy & Human Rights
Crisis Support
Justice & Legal


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4th Judicial District Attorney's Office105 East Vermijo AvenueColorado Springs, CO 80903



  • Critical Thinking
  • People Skills
  • Crisis Intervention
  • Verbal / Written Communication




  • Background Check
  • Must be at least 18
  • Orientation or Training
  • 8 hours per week, 1 year commitment.
  • • Commitment to a minimum of 8 hours per week for at least one year, be available on-call occasiona

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