The Crime Victims’ Compensation (CVC) Portal is the online tool for victims, claimants, and victim service professionals to access applications and claim information for CVC, Emergency Medical Care Compensation, and Sexual Assault Exam Reimbursements. 

Portal Features

Victim Advocates

The CVC portal allows victim advocates to do the following:

  • Prepare applications (for victims and claimants to submit through their user account)
  • Upload supporting application documents
  • Follow each step of the claim process with near real-time updates

Medical Service Providers

The CVC Portal allows medical service providers to do the following: 

  • Review payment status of bills and associated applications once medical fee guidelines have been applied  


The OAG is working on the system upgrades needed for the new sexual assault exam reimbursement process. Medical providers are encouraged to register now for online access to the CVC Portal. Medical providers who currently have access but will submit applications for reimbursement of forensic costs should contact the help desk to have their account permissions updated.  

For sexual assault exams conducted after 8/31/2019, the CVC Portal will allow medical providers to do the following: 

  • Submit and review payment status of applications for reimbursement of the forensic costs of sexual assault exams               

Learn more about Sexual Assault Exam Reimbursements 

Accessing the Crime Victims’ Compensation Portal

Access to the CVC Portal is limited to designated individuals from approved organizations.
To receive access to the web portal, organizations must first apply for an account and
identify an account manager. Individual users can be added after organization approval.


Victims and Claimant Access

Victims and claimants register for the CVC Portal when submitting an online application.
Learn more about applying for CVC.

The CVC Portal and its features for victims and claimants are available for applications
that were submitted online after July 12, 2018.