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United States Air Force Victims’ Counsel


Nellis & Creech Victims' Counsel Office
4311 Carswell Ave., Bldg 340, Ste 400
Comm: (702) 652-6178/ DSN: 652-6178
Victims' Paralegal Duty Cell: 202-503-7385



What does Victims' Counsel do for Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence victims:
- Provide confidential legal advice
- Protect your rights and privacy interests
- Advocate your voice & choice
- Advise you on the investigation and prosecution process
- Represent you in interviews, hearings, and military trials
What does Victims' Counsel do for Interpersonal Violence and Sexual Harassment Victims:
- Provide confidential legal advice
Who does the Victims' Counsel work for? YOU!
- Victims' Counsel do not work for anyone in your wing except you, and cannot be influenced by your or the offender’s chain of command
- Victims' Counsel have an independent chain of command in Washington, DC
Contact SARC, FAP, VWAP Coordinator, or Legal Office to request a Victims' Counsel
- Restricted reports: Go to the Victims' Counsel, SARC, Victim Advocate, Chaplain, or Health Care provider to ensure the report remains restricted

Victims' Counsel

 Capt. Princess Gaye
Victims' Counsel


Victims' Paralegal

TSgt Mary Amstead
Victims' Paralegal