Address Confidentiality

The Victim Assistance Coordinator is available to refer victims of domestic violence to the Address Confidentiality Program.

Please follow the link to the Victim and Witness Services section of our website for more information the Victim Assistance Coordinator and the services offered through our Office to victims of crime in Floyd County.

“The Office of the Indiana Attorney General works to assist victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking by helping them return to normal, safe lives. One of the ways the attorney general’s office does this is through the Address Confidentiality Program.”

Who is Eligible?

Only victims of domestic violence with protective orders in place are eligible for the Address Confidentiality Program. All victims who want to participate in the program must be referred through the Victim Assistance Coordinator. The Address Confidentiality Program cannot accept applications directly from those wishing to join the program.

If those initial requirements are met, participation in the program may be offered to:

  • Individuals at least 18 years of age or,
  • A parent or guardian acting on behalf of a minor or,
  • A guardian acting on behalf of an incapacitated person.

In addition, individuals must:

  • Have a valid protective order in place.
  • Be a victim of domestic violence.
  • Fear for their safety.

Application for Address Confidentiality Program (1)

Application for Address Confidentiality Program (2)

Please contact Victim Assistance Coordinator Angela Capps for additional information at (812) 948-5422.

  • Prosecutor’s Victim Assistance Coordinator

    A victim of crime in connection with criminal charges filed by this office may be eligible to receive assistance from our Victim's Assistance Coordinator.

    The Victim’s Assistance Coordinator provides information for victims through interactions with law enforcement, prosecutors and during court proceedings; by providing support and guidance to victims and their families; by informing victims of their rights; and by advising victims and/or their families of case developments and any upcoming trial court or hearing dates.