Victim Services

Meet Deputy Tracy Jordan

Victim Advocate Deputy Jordan


Victim Advocate Deputy Jordan began her career with the Sheriff’s Office in 2003. She currently serves as our Victim Advocate. One of the many programs our Victim Advocate oversees is the Victim Services Program. This program offers advocacy and support to those affected by crime, natural disasters, and fire. This support is geared towards victims, their families, witnesses, and first responders. Those served also include victims of physical, sexual, and emotional abuse. Any victim who needs support or advice can always contact Tracy Jordan at 440/279-2062.


In addition to being the Victim Advocate, Tracy Jordan also oversees the Geauga LOSS Team. (Local Outreach Supporting Survivors) This is a special response team made up of professionally trained volunteers that respond to the scenes of tragic events. The LOSS Team’s primary function is to provide immediate assistance to survivors. The LOSS Team responded to 32 call outs in 2019 along with local law enforcement.

Deputy Tracy Jordan is a dedicated member of our TEAM and the work that she does is critical to the overall mission of the Geauga County Sheriff’s Office. Deputy Jordan resides in Geauga County, and she has three adult daughters and nine wonderful grandchildren.

You Have a Right Too!

Victim Services Program

Crime Victims’ Rights

You have the right not to remain silent.

Anything you say can and will be listened to with dignity, compassion and respect.

You have the right to be informed of your rights as a victim of crime.

You have the right to be present at criminal justice proceedings.

You have the right to receive information about your case.

You have the right to protective measures that enhance your safety.

You have the right to speak to the Victim Advocate.

Justice isn’t served until the crime victims are!!!!

A Victim Advocate may be able to help with the emotional aftermath of crime as well as provide assistance on filing protection orders, getting emergency safe housing, filling compensation claims and navigating the criminal justice process. An advocate is available to answer any questions or concerns you may have. Sometimes just having someone to confide in and listen is helpful. An advocate can help you to find the appropriate source for help.

Crime Victims Compensation Program

If you or your family members are innocent victims of a violent crime, financial assistance may be available. The Ohio Victims of Crime Compensation Program helps victims with certain out-of-pocket expenses caused when people are physically injured, emotionally harmed, or killed as a result of violent criminal acts. Program costs are paid entirely by criminal fines and not by Ohio’s taxpayers. The Geauga County Sheriff’s Office Victim Services Program can assist you with applications and further information.

For more information about crime victims’ rights and services, please contact:

Victim Services Program, Geauga County Sheriff’s Office
Tracy Jordan, CA, CCR
Office:  (440) 279-2062

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