Crime Victim Services

Crime can impact anyone, anywhere- families and children are particularly vulnerable. The League City Police Department recognizes the effects of crime are far-reaching and continue on after an arrest or court judgment. The results of violent crime are often physically and emotionally damaging, as well as, financially destructive. We are committed to helping crime victims navigate the criminal justice system and rebuild their lives by providing a licensed social worker to educate survivors of crime about their rights and inform them of additional services that may be available.

Contact Us

Stephanie Rodriguez, LCSW-S, CA
281-338-4172
Email Stephanie Rodriguez

Courtney Shaw, LPC-A, LCDC-I
Email Courtney Shaw

Police chief and community gather during candlelight vigil. text victim advocate program.
Police officer making a police report while speaking to a woman crime victim. text reporting abuse.
Four league city women employees holding league city supports victims sign. text protective order.
Woman holding candle for candlelight vigil with a man taking her picture. text media
Gavel on top of spiral notepad. text victim compensation.
Police officer standing next to car while writing a ticket. text crime prevention.
Several people gathered around police officer and his vehicle. text victim rights.
LCPD officers and volunteers sitting at table handing out information. text resources.
Texas department of criminal justice building. text texas criminal justice dept.