Support Victims of Crime One of the most critical functions of the Attorney General’s Office is to assist victims of the crimes for which the Office is seeking justice. We strive to help victims navigate and participate in the felony process, while ensuring that their rights are protected. Find out more about how we help victims of crime by visiting our Victim Services page. AG Neronha hosts 40th annual National Crime Victims' Rights Week ceremony "Our Victim Services team is truly part of the backbone of our office," said Attorney General Neronha. "Throughout the pandemic, while victim service providers have grappled with strained resources and formidable barriers to victim outreach, they have continued, along with advocates from around the state, to work with victims to achieve justice on their behalf." Have you registered with VOICE? VOICE is a new online system that streamlines service delivery and allows state agencies to better serve victims of crime in Rhode Island. VOICE offers victims the transparency of real-time case data in a safe, secure environment. You can log into VOICE here.