Victim Services- Advocates supporting people who have been affected by crimes.

Sheriff's Office
Victims Assistance
508 South Rock St.
Georgetown, TX 78626
Phone: (512) 943-1375
Driving Directions
Program Director
(512) 943-1375

Hannah Nestorick, Director
email:  [email protected]

Luke Cooper, Caseworker
email: [email protected]

Victim Services Unit

If you, a loved one or a member of your family has been affected by crisis, trauma or concerns, following criminal victimization, please contact the Victim Services Unit of the Williamson County Sheriff's Office.

As members of the Williamson County Sheriff's Office, we are dedicated to serving the citizens of Williamson County. We understand that crime and victimization affects individuals, families, neighborhoods, and communities in a variety of ways.

We can offer a number of services, resources and information designed to assist you.  Please feel free to review the information and resources on this website and call or email us if we may be of assistance.


[email protected] 

Victim Services Volunteer Team

Our Volunteer Program
The Victim Services Program is a division of the Williamson County Sheriff’s Office. The Victim Services Volunteer Team is a group of highly trained volunteers, specializing in crisis intervention for survivors, witnesses and families who have been traumatized by the experience of death, serious injury, violent crime, or natural disaster. Victim Services representatives are available to respond 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Our Purpose
Following a traumatic event, people often feel helpless, confused and emotionally shocked. After the Emergency Responders (fire, police, and EMS) conduct their initial investigation, they often have other calls they must attend to. Victim Services Response Teams remain with the victims in the immediate aftermath to assist the victim(s) with temporary support through the first difficult hours and provide referrals for further assistance.

Types of situations we respond to….
It is our ultimate goal to have the ability to respond to any situation in which emergency personnel would need our assistance including but not limited to; homicides, suicides/suicidal attempts, natural death, death notifications, fires, child/elder abuse, family violence, sexual assaults, traffic accidents, general welfare concerns, violent crimes and natural disasters.

Why Become A Victim Services  Volunteer?

  1. Be involved - Victims of crime appreciate the support from community members. If you want to work with people, this position is for you.

  2. Make a Difference – This is rewarding work. Helping others increases one’s self-esteem and can provide you with invaluable life lessons and perspective.

  3. Develop and/or Maintain Job Skills – Volunteering is a great way to gain hands-on experience for a future career, network with peers, build your resume, and gain leadership skills. Have you left a field of service but can’t shake the need to help others or share your knowledge and experiences? Volunteering is a great way to continue to utilize your skills and experiences which you’ve developed over the years in your career.

  4. Enhance Your Experiences – You learn a lot in class or by reading books, but real life experience can provide immense knowledge not to be found anywhere else.

  5. Explore Other Interests – Volunteering can bring a richness and balance to your life. If you want to see what else is out there or just expand a bit, then volunteering is for you.

  6. Meet New Friends – It’s a great way to develop long-lasting friendships with other volunteers. You never know who you may meet! Attending our monthly meetings can introduce you to a group of like-minded people or to people you would never know otherwise.


Victim Services- helping others is a calling. volunteer in your community with our agency.