Vermont Restitution

The State of Vermont Restitution Unit was created by Vermont’s legislature to address the financial hardship caused to crime victims. The Restitution Unit enforces and collects criminal court ordered restitution and directs payments to victims.

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For information on Restitution Judgement Orders, like how to complete them and how they help to hold offenders accountable:
 
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CONGRATULATIONS AMY HOLLOWAY

The Restitution Unit is proud to have nominated the winning candidate for the 2012 Vermont Crime Victim Service Award!

The Ally Award Winner, Amy Holloway (right), is pictured below with the Restitution Unit Manager Elaine Boyce (left). Amy Holloway,  Director of Victim Services at the Department of Corrections, has advocated for policy and practices statewide for seven years in Vermont. She has 32 years of service to victims of crime including her work in Chapel Hill, NC and Nashville, TN. Amy has made a significant impact in support of victims through policy revision, promotion of best practices, crime/violence prevention and community outreach/education. The Restitution Unit is pleased to have had this opportunity to honor her efforts and acknowledge her for her all inclusive approach.

CLICK HERE to view more pictures of our event, "Celebrating Amy Holloway as the 2012 Ally Award Winner"

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