Victim Services - Division of Parole and Probation (DPP)

The Division of Parole and Probation will ensure the safety of its employees and enhance public safety by holding supervisees accountable to victims and the community and by helping supervisees through the process of becoming law-abiding and productive.

Parole and probation agents and drinking driver monitors can help victims navigate the complex post-conviction phase of the criminal justice system.

DPP agents and monitors can:

  • Help victims complete victim impact statements;
  • Provide case status information;
  • Provide restitution assistance;
  • Register victims for notification; and
  • Make referrals for counseling and other advocacy organizations.

To determine the agent or monitor assigned to a case, please call 877-227-8031. You may also call the DPP office in the county where you live and ask them to look up who supervises or monitors the offender. A listing of DPP offices can be obtained by clicking here. Please have the offender's name and approximate date of birth available so the offender can be accurately identified.

The Office of Victim Services

The Office of Victim Services was established in 1998 to provide specialized services to victims of crime whose offenders were under the supervision of the Division of Parole and Probation.

In addition, court-ordered restitution is collected from offenders and forwarded to the victims. Annually, the Division collects and disburses nearly $6 million in restitution. Special efforts are made to keep current addresses for victims' owed restitution. Victims should call the agent of record or the Office of Victim Services to provide new address information. To find out more about restitution, download the brochure. This link points to an Adobe pdf file. It will require Adobe Reader to view.

Office of Victim Services
Division of Parole and Probation
6776 Reisterstown Road, Suite 305
Baltimore, Maryland 21215
Toll Free: (877) 227-8031
V/TTY (800) 735-2258
FAX: (410) 318-8645

Additional Resources - Links of Interest to Victims of Crime

  • Maryland Crime Victim Resource Center (MCVRC), they will help you by providing information, assistance, and support throughout your case proceedings.

    They can also help in the following areas:
    • Assistance with using all victim' rights that apply to you, including information on Victim Notification, VINE, and Victim Impact Statements
    • A court companion during trial
    • Assistance with Financial Issues including Restitution and Legal assistance for victims
    • Peer support services, therapeutic counseling and referrals for other related programs and services
    • Education, resources and training related to victims' rights laws

  • Maryland Coalition Against Sexual Assault (MCASA) is the statewide collective voice advocating for accessible, compassionate care for survivors of sexual crimes, and accountability for all offenders. MCASA works to end sexual violence through Advocacy, Education, Community Outreach, and Technical Assistance.

  • Maryland Network Against Domestic Violence (MNADV) is a state coalition working to eliminate domestic violence in Maryland through education, training, and advocacy.

  • Filing Peace and Protective Orders provides user-friendly guidance on understanding and/or filing a peace or protective order in Maryland. Direct links for downloading the required forms are provided.

  • Maryland Judicial Case Search

  • VINE (Victim Information and Notification Everyday) provides information on use of national and statewide notification services available for victims of crime.

  • Maryland State's Attorney's Directory. Directory is organized by county.

  • District Court locations. Includes driving instructions and contact information.

  • Circuit Court locations. Includes contact information.

  • Additional resources can also be found here.