Victim Assistance Program

Summit County Utah’s Prosecutorial Victim Assistance Program (SCVAP) exists to support victims and witnesses of all crime. Our goal is to maintain professional competence, contribute to and improve the system, and most importantly protect victim’s rights. The SCVAP is a division of the Summit County Attorney’s Office. We provide education, referrals and court support for victims and witnesses as their offender moves through the criminal justice process.


Marsha Probst
Victim Advocate Director
Marsha has been with Summit County’s Victim Assistance Program since 2006. She has a Bachelor’s Degree from Utah Valley University in Criminal Justice with a Criminal Law emphasis and a Master’s Degree from Brigham Young University in Public Administration. She serves on the Board of Directors of The National Organization for Victim Assistance (NOVA) as Board President and Treasurer, as well as past Secretary.


Megan Galati
Victim Advocate
Megan is a part-time advocate that began her career with the SCVAP in 2014. She has a Bachelor’s Degree from California State University Chico in Psychology with a Minor in Child Development. In addition, Megan has a Master’s Degree in Elementary Education from the University of Phoenix. With a vast array of experience in the educational system, Megan is a wonderful addition to the program.


SCVAP
6300 Justice Center Rd., #5
Park City, UT 84098
Office:
(435) 615-3850 (Marsha)
(435) 615-3851 (Megan)
Fax:
(435) 615-3852


For additional information please refer to our program brochure regarding victim’s rights, referrals for mental health counseling, Peace House women and children’s shelter, Child Protective Services, Orders of Protection, conditions for release following an arrest for domestic violence, VINE (Victim Identification and Notification Everyday), register your phone number to automatically alert you when your offender is released from jail or prison, Courts, Crisis Lines, Utah Legal Services, Children’s Justice Center, law enforcement, Utah Rape Recovery Center, Utah Office for Victims of Crime (victim reparations), etc.