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Commission on Victims in the Courts
To better address crime victims’ needs while maintaining neutrality, the Commission on Victims in the Courts (COVIC) was established by Administrative Order 2006-25 in March 2006 as a standing committee of the Arizona Judicial Council (AJC). Also see Arizona Code of Judicial Administration (ACJA) § 1-111. The Commission is charged with:
  • Advising the AJC on matters affecting victims’ rights and the administration of justice;
  • Making recommendations to the Committee on Continuing Education and Training (COJET) and the AJC regarding training and education for judges and court personnel on victims’ rights and appropriate treatment of victims;
  • Serving as the Judicial Branch liaison to other established victims’ advocacy organizations; and
  • Making recommendations to the AJC that preserve the rights afforded to victims in Arizona Constitution, Article II, Section 2.1 and ACJA § 5-204.
committee meeting

Next Committee Meeting



10:00 AM

State Court Building Conference Room: 119 A/B

Zoom Information
Meeting ID: 
958 6350 2450
Passcode: 520065 

To RSVP please email [email protected].

General Public

You may attend the meetings in person or by conference call. If joining by conference call, please ensure that your telephone is muted. Do not place the call on hold. The “Call to the Public” portion of the agenda is provided for public comment and may occur at any time during the meeting, at eh Chair's discrection. Each public comment is limited to 3 minutes.
Call to the Public

You may address the committee by submitting (1) your name, (2) who you are representing, and (3) subject you wish to speak about by email to [email protected] a week prior to the meeting. The Chair will call  each person's when it is time to speak. Please listen to those who go before you and try to avoid repeating statements.


Contact Us
For general inquiries, please feel free to contact committee support staff at:
[email protected]
(602) 452-3358
Arizona Supreme Court
Administrative Office of the Courts
1501 W. Washington St., Suite 410
Phoenix, AZ 85007