The Crawford County Attorney’s office has announced that it has launched a Web site for the public; the first ever created for the office.

The Crawford County Attorney’s office has announced that it has launched a Web site for the public; the first ever created for the office.
The Web site, found at www.CrawfordCountyAttorney.com allows victims to submit their victim impact statement and request restitution online.
“We are very excited to have a Web site designed to give the public information about our office as well as provide additional convenience and guidance to victims,” said Michael Gayoso Jr., Crawford County attorney.
Gayoso hopes the Web site will allow more victims to participate in the process and to allow their voice to be heard by using the online submission forms.
“Once we receive a submission online, our victim coordinator, Christina Lucas, will follow up with the request and personally contact the victim to verify all the information provided,” Gayoso said.
The Web site will be updated with additional information and will remain focused on the needs of victims, Gayoso said.