For more information, see Eligibility criteria.
All applicants must complete an application form and submit it with a copy of a current government issued identification. For example, a driver’s licence, passport, Medicare card, or a card issued by Centrelink.
You may need to send us additional information depending on the type of support you are applying for.
For more information, see:
Below are various templates you can use to support your Victims Services application, please see How to collect information to support your application (PDF , 62.6 KB) for more information on using these templates.
Certificate of injury (PDF , 691.2 KB)
Purpose: Collect information about how the violent crime has affected you physically or psychologically/emotionally.
Who fills it out? Medical practitioner or other health practitioner
Certificate of Earnings (PDF , 84.8 KB)
Purpose: Use the Certificate of Earnings template to collect information about how you were unable to work because of the violent crime.
Who fills it out? Employer
Purpose: Primary victims can use the Expense form to claim new costs relating to the violent crime if you have already submitted an application form.
For family victims, to declare travel expenses incurred as a family victim as a direct result of the act of violence.
Who fills it out? The applicant or their representative
Government-funded organisation report (PDF , 99.4 KB)
Purpose: Collect information about the violent crime if you reported it to a government or government-funded organisation instead of the police.
Who fills it out? Government or government-funded organisation.
Fill out the relevant online application form:
PDF versions of the forms are also available.
Complete authorise someone to act on your behalf (PDF , 69.8 KB) (PDF , 69.8 KB), to make enquiries and to receive written communication in relation to an application.
Victim Services will assess your application soon and advise you of the outcome.
If you have further questions, please contact us.
27 Oct 2021
We acknowledge Aboriginal people as the First Nations Peoples of NSW and pay our respects to Elders past, present, and future.
Informed by lessons of the past, Department of Communities and Justice is improving how we work with Aboriginal people and communities. We listen and learn from the knowledge, strength and resilience of Stolen Generations Survivors, Aboriginal Elders and Aboriginal communities.
You can access our apology to the Stolen Generations.