Mothers Against Drunk Driving – Georgia (MADD Georgia) will be present at Victims Visitors’ Day in honor of National Crime Victims’ Rights Week on Wednesday, April 11th and Thursday, April 12th. The Georgia Office of Victim Services and the Stone Mountain Judicial Circuit Victim-Witness Assistance Program will host the event at the Georgia Piedmont Technical College Conference Center in Clarkston, GA.
Victims Visitors’ Day is an opportunity for families whose offender(s) are incarcerated or on Community Supervision (probation/parole) to discuss their offender’s case confidentially with representatives of the Department of Corrections, the State Board of Pardons and Paroles, and the Department of Community Supervision. MADD Staff will be present to accompany victim families to these meetings.
Victims Visitors’ Day allows crime victims and/or family members to have a voice in the process if their offender is currently in prison or on Community Supervision.
Visitors are able to take advantage of the following services:
Receive current information on offender, including maximum release data, parole date and where inmate is incarcerated
Register to receive future notifications of the offender’s status
Submit Victim Impact Statements
Receive Victim Services Information
Learn how to navigate the websites of the Department of Corrections, the State Board of Pardons and Paroles, and the Department of Community Supervision
Please see below for more information, courtesy of the Georgia Office of Victim Services:
If you or someone you love is a victim or survivor of a drunk or drugged driving crash, help is always available through MADD’s 24-Hour Victim Helpline: 877-MADD-HELP.