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The Idaho Crime Victims Compensation Program was established in 1986 to provide assistance to innocent victims of crime for financial losses associated with a crime when other resources are not available to cover those expenses.

The program believes that offenders should be held accountable for costs associated with their criminal activity, and actively pursues restitution for crime-related costs.

Our Mission

Ensure eligible victims are provided appropriate financial assistance to aid in recovery from the traumatic effects of crime.

Our Vision

Meet the needs of victims by progressively, compassionately, and effectively easing the impact of crime.

COVID-19 Response: Limited Access to Office Notice

TO: All Customers, Partners, and Public

Effective March 19, 2020, our office will be closed to the public and customers. The Idaho Industrial Commission will be conducting business through email and telephone contacts until Monday, April 6th.We are still operating, but due to COVID-19 concerns we are enacting social distancing protocols to benefit all.

Please call or email during normal business hours. A staff member will return your call or email.

We are sorry for the inconvenience.

COVID-19 (Coronavirus) FAQ

The Industrial Commission remains dedicated to supporting the health and safety of our workforce and ensuring necessary access to services for Idaho citizens.  The Commission is taking necessary precautions to contain the spread of COVID-19. and we hope this information will help answer your questions about our operations at this time.

How to Keep Your Workplace Safe

Information about Coronavirus is constantly changing, so we recommend keeping up with trusted sources, such as or the CDC website

Commission Business Operations

The Commission is mobilizing to allow reduced density in our office, and allow our staff to work from home.  We have canceled travel and training until further notice.  Once the threat of Covid-19 subsides, the Commission will diligently work to reschedule these matters at a date convenient to the parties.  We are continuing the effort to accomplish as much work as possible through telephone calls, emails, conference calling, etc.  All departments have been very proactive regarding their exposure to the public.  Please note that we will be reducing face-to-face interactions and practicing social distancing.  

Changes to Electronic Filing and Lump Sum Settlement Processing

With the support of ITS, the Commission is drafting emergency procedures to handle additional electronic filing and processing of lump sum settlements.  We will keep the public advised of any new procedures to handle matters to minimize any interruptions in services. 

Idaho Crime Victims Compensation Program Adult Sexual Assault Forensic Examinations Change effective 7/1/2018

This change applies to sexual assault forensic examinations for adults only (age 18+)

Effective July 1, 2018, under Idaho Code § 72-1019(2), an adult victim’s private insurance should not be billed for a sexual assault forensic examination.  The Idaho Crime Victims Compensation Program (CVCP) will pay for those examinations without requiring private insurance to be billed.  This statutory change applies to dates of service on or after July 1, 2018. 

Payments by all federal or federally-financed third parties (e.g. Medicaid, Medicare) shall continue to be required prior to CVCP payment.

This change applies only to adult (age 18+) examinations.  Sexual assault forensic examinations for child victims will continue to require payment by both private insurance and federal programs, when applicable.

If you have any questions, please call:

Crime Victims Compensation Program


CVCP Payment Information

Payment for treatment and services is based on the CVCP Medical Fee Schedule approved by the Idaho Legislature in 2010.  Click here for more information on the fee schedule.

Crime Victims Compensation Program Links

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