Monday - Friday: 9 - 5, or by appointment
Ms. Egbert provides services, support and education to victims of crime in Teton County. Ms. Egbert works closely with Prosecuting Attorney Smith and Deputy Prosecuting Attorney Friess to make sure that crime victims are appraised about important developments in the offender’s criminal case. She is well-versed in the criminal justice process, and she is the first responder to all questions from victims. She also helps to prepare restitution requests, provides referrals to support services, provides notifications regarding the release of offenders from incarceration, and accompanies victims to court proceedings and mediations in certain scenarios.