Arizona Psychiatric Security Review Board (PSRB)
The Psychiatric Security Review Board (PSRB) was legislatively established as a separate public body in 1993, effective January 2, 1994. The PSRB maintains jurisdiction over individuals who have committed a violent or dangerous criminal offense and are determined to be guilty except insane. Persons who are placed under the jurisdiction of the PSRB are committed to a secure state mental health facility.
The PSRB gives written notice of hearings regarding individuals under its jurisdiction to victims of that individuals crimes prior to those hearings. The PSRB also gives written notice of its decisions to victims within fifteen (15) days after the hearing is concluded.
Information by County
Information is available about victims services in each county, choose the county in which the crime was committed below to contact the Victim Right’s Advocate in the County Attorney's Office.