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Fewer Brown County crime victims apply for state aid

9:23 AM, Dec. 9, 2012
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Brown County crime victims received fewer funds in the past year, in part because fewer people applied for the state program that helps cover their medical expenses and lost wages.

The Crime Victim Compensation Fund, which is coordinated by the Wisconsin Department of Justice, helps victims of violent crimes in Wisconsin. The fund distributed about $87,000 to Brown County crime victims and their families in fiscal 2012, which is about 45 percent less than the roughly $159,000 that was given to victims the year before, according to DOJ records.

During fiscal 2011, 46 claims were paid from ...

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