Information for those affected by the attack in Las Vegas

2 Oct, 2017

On 1st of October 2017 Las Vegas in the United States was struck by a deadly attack. At this time over 50 persons have lost their lives and over 510 are injured. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the victims and their families.

A lot remains unclear about what has happened and where victims and those affected can find support. Below you can find information for all those affected by the attacks. We will update the information as we receive additional info:

 

To provide investigative information related to the shootings, please submit a tip at tips.fbi.gov. If you have photos or videos related to the shooting, please call 1-800-CALL-FBI.

Out of respect for the victims and their families please do not share any images or videos on social media or internet.

If you are looking for a loved one please call +1-800-536-9488

A family Assistance Centre has been opened at the Las Vegas Convention Centre South Hall, 3150 Paradise RD

The FBI is assisting the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department in responding to and investigating the shooting at the Harvest Music Festival in Las Vegas, Nevada on October 1, 2017. Find more information on https://www.fbi.gov/resources/victim-assistance/seeking-victim-information/assistance-for-victims-of-the-harvest-music-festival-shooting-in-las-vegas

If you were injured in or witnessed the shooting at the Harvest Music Festival in Las Vegas on October 1, 2017, please complete the questionnaire of the FBI following this link. As a victim, you may be eligible for certain services and rights, such as special funding to provide emergency assistance, crime victim compensation, and counseling. Completing this questionnaire does not determine victimization: The FBI may contact you with questions about your experience.

Crisis counseling is being offered at various sites following the shooting at the Route 91 country music outdoor festival. Find more information here.

More information on support for victims of the attack in #LasVegas can be found on the website of the Office for Victims of Crime (OVC): https://www.ovc.gov/news/las-vegas-nevada.html

Want to help? Make an appointment to donate blood with United Blood Services at unitedbloodservices.org

Follow official sources to find out more @CityOfLasVegas @FBILasVegas @LVMPD

 

If you are living in the EU and you or your loved one is affected by this attack you can also receive victim support near you. Find help near you following this link to Victim Support Europe members: http://victimsupport.eu/help-for-victims/find-help/

If you are an EU citizen and were a victim of this attack you can get in touch with your (or another EU country’s) consulate in Los Angeles. And you can also contact a victim support organisation in your country to get assistance in your language.

For French Citizens call the French Consulate in Los Angeles on +13102353200. For Danish citizens call the Danish Victim Support organisation @offer_danmark on +4572217221. For Latvian citizens call the Latvian embassy in the US on +12023282881 or +37126337711 to reach @arlietas emergency sit (palidziba@mfa.gov.lv)

If you have any further questions you can contact Victim Support Europe by contacting Levent Altan (l.altan@victimsupporteurope.eu) or An Verelst (a.verelst@victimsupporteurope.eu)