Victim Assistance Programs

Victims' Program

Crime is increasing in the United States. Unfortunately, the citizens of Granbury are not immune to this problem. With the increases in crime there is an increase in victims of crime. We have become very aware of the trauma of victimization. We have now formed a Victim Assistance Program which is available to assist you with your concerns and questions. The Victim Assistance Liaison in Hood County is:
Mary Flores
400 Deputy Larry Miller Drive
Granbury, TX 76048
(817) 579-3316

Resources for Victims of Violent Crime

In Texas, innocent victims of violent crime, including victims of sexual assault and drunk drivers, may apply for money to help with medical bills, loss of income, child care, counseling, or financial costs related to the death of a family member. The program is intended to help with expenses that may not be covered by insurance or other sources.

The Texas Crime Victim Compensation Act provides certain benefits for victims of violent crime. The law applies to any resident of the United States, its possessions and territories, or District of Columbia who is the victim of violent crime in Texas.

A Texas resident who becomes a victim in another state is covered if that state does not have a compensation program for which the victim would be eligible, and the victim would have been eligible if the crime had occurred in Texas.

Victim Assistance Program Resources

Police Department 
Physical Address
2050 NE Loop 567
Granbury, TX 76048


Phone: 817-573-2648

Fax: 817-579-0043

Emergency Phone: 911

24- Hour Non-Emergency: 817-579-3307

Calls to the 911 or the non-emergency number go to the Hood County Sheriff's Department, which is the dispatch for Granbury Police Department.


Monday - Thursday 7:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. 

Friday- 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.