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Welcome to the Cedar Park Police Department Victim Services Division page.  We invite you to read on to learn more about what we do and who we are.  We also encourage you to reach out to us if we can be of help.

The Cedar Park Police Department Victim Services Division is committed to protecting the rights and providing services to victims of ciolent crime.  Our primary goal is to minimize the trauma that can occur as a result of a criminal act.  We work with victims to address those issues through crisis intervention, advocacy, education and information referral. 

A Victim's Advocate is on call 24/7 every day of the year.  These Advocates are Cedar Park citizens who have been trained to provide comprehensive and immediate support to survivors of domestic/family violence, adult and child sexual assault, child/elder abuse, stalking, assault, homicide, suicide, and crisis intervention.  We understand that crime and violence affects individuals, families and survivors in a variety of ways.  In order to meet those needs, we offer numerous types of services, resources/referrals and information. 

We would like to hear from you if you have questions or are seeking services and support.  Please contact the Cedar Park Police Department Victim Services Coordinator:

               Elizabeth Knapp, at (512) 260-4656 or via email at


  • Crisis Counseling
    • We can assist with immediate emotional and physical concerns following a violent crime.  We can also connect you with longer term in-depth counseling services should you choose. 
  • Social Service Referrals
    • We can provide access to emergency housing, medical care (emergency and non-emergency), food, financial assistance, counseling and language interpretation services.   
  • Transportation
    • A Victim's Advocate will be available to provide transportation on the night of the trauma and during follow up appointments with the Victim Services Division.
  • Forensic Interviews
    • If your children require a forensic interview, we have staff who are available to accompany you to the Children's Advocacy Center and to provide transportation to and from the facility as needed. 
  • Advocacy, Information and Support
    • We will provide you with information about your legal rights as a victim..  An Advocate will also provide support throughout the investigative process and will connect you with appropriate resources that match your needs.  Additionally, the Victim Services Division can provide updates to you about your case. 

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Last updated: 6/23/2015 4:28:52 PM