What is the Idaho Industrial Commission?

The Idaho Industrial Commission is the state agency responsible for administering the Idaho Crime Victims Compensation Act. The Commission administers the Act because of its expertise in dealing with the disabled and resolving disputes.

This is published for informational purposes only and is not a detailed description of all your rights under the law. Contact the Idaho Industrial Commission Crime Victims Compensation Program office in Boise if you have questions or need further clarification. A printed version of this publication is available upon request in large print and on audio cassette.

Copias en espanol estan disponibles y se pueden solicitar por escrita.

Publication costs are available from the Industrial Commission in accordance with s60-202, Idaho Code.

  • AA/EEO employer 9-95/CVBRCH/2500

Send completed application forms or address your questions about the Crime Victims Compensation Program to:
Idaho Industrial Commission
Crime Victims Compensation Program
317 Main Street, P.O. Box 83720,
Boise, ID 83720-0041

Phone: 208-334-6080 or 800-950-2110 (voice and TDD)
Fax: 208-334-2321

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1. Who may file a claim for financial assistance?
2. What are the conditions for eligibility?
3. What are the reimbursable expenses?
4. What expenses are not covered?
5. How do I file a claim for benefits?
6. How is the program funded?
7. What is Restitution?
8. How do I request restitution?
9. What happens after an application is filed?
10. Does the offender have to be convicted for the victim to be eligible for compensation?
11. If the victim has an insurance policy, will the program still cover the victim's expenses?
12. What is the Idaho Industrial Commission?