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Victim Impact Panels

Information on victim impact panels in Washington County.

Impact Panels

Survivor Impact Panels offer a restorative approach to justice. Those who have been harmed by crime are able to speak out about their experiences which empowers them to heal and help others.  Those who've committed crimes are able to hear how their actions affect others and hopefully learn, through empathy, how to become accountable, prevent further harm and correct their behaviors.

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE SURVIVOR IMPACT PANELS

WHAT: A panel where those who have caused domestic violence can hear the experiences of survivors of domestic violence.

WHEN: Panel is generally offered on the 3rd Thursday of February, March, April, June, July, August, and October.

WHERE: Public Services Building, Auditorium, 155 N First Avenue, Hillsboro, OR  97124

TIME: Program begins at 6:00 p.m. and ends by 8:00 p.m.  Individuals can begin signing in for the panel at 5:45 p.m.

COST: $30.00 exact CASH ONLY for mandated attendees and those in abuse intervention programs. Attendees are required to sign in with full name and must turn in an evaluation form at the end to receive proof of attendance receipt. *NO GUESTS ALLOWED.

CONTACT: Matt Johnston by phone 503-750-6779 or by email [email protected].

Interested in becoming a DV Panel Speaker? The program is always interested in developing additional speakers.  Contact Matt Johnston by phone 503-750-6779 or by email [email protected].
 

DUII VICTIM'S IMPACT PANEL

A panel where survivors and family members impacted by DUII speak about their experiences.

WHERE:

Washington County-Public Services Bldg, Auditorium, 155 N 1st Avenue, Hillsboro OR 97124

TIME: Program begins at 7:30 p.m. & ends at 9:00 p.m. Individuals can begin signing in for the Panel at 6:30 p.m. and are allowed to bring a guest at no additional cost.

COST: $40.00. NO VISA/MASTER CARDS, DEBIT CARDS OR PERSONAL CHECKS ACCEPTED. All individuals required to attend the Panel are required to have photo ID. NO YOUNG CHILDREN ALLOWED AND ANYONE 16 YEARS OR YOUNGER, THAT IS REQUIRED TO ATTEND, MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY AN ADULT.

CONTACT:  Evaluation Services 503-648-3800