Set Up Victim Restitution Functions

After installing the Victim Restitution module, you need to configure Victim Restitution for your organization.

 

To set up Victim Restitution:

Step 1:Navigate to Administration > Victim Restitution > Victim Restitution Setup.

 

Step 2: Click the Options tab, and do the following:

  • In the Minimum amount to disburse field, type the minimum dollar amount to disburse to a victim.
  • In the Victim types area, do the following:
    • Define a new victim type by clicking an empty cell in the Type column, and type the name of the victim type.
    • In the Disbursement type column, click the cell corresponding with the victim type you are defining, and select the disbursement type.
    • In the Subtype column, click the cell corresponding with the victim type you are defining, and select the subtype.
    • In the Disbursal priority column, click the cell corresponding with the victim type you are defining, and type a number to define the priority of the disbursal (1 being the highest priority).
  • From the Receipt number drop-down list, select the custom field for receipt number.
  • From the Receipt Type drop-down list, select the custom field for the receipt type.
  • From the Court Case name drop-down list, select the field to use as the court case name.
  • From the Disbursement letter drop-down list, select the letter to use for the disbursement letter.
  • From the Victim created letter drop-down list, select the letter to use upon victim creation.

 

Step 3:Click the Line Items tab.

  • Select the available line item types to include in Victim Restitution. These selected items are the only line items that will qualify for Victim Restitution disbursement.

Note: Click Select All to select all of the available codes, or Unselect All to clear all line item types.
 

  • To add interest to the victim account, select the Enable victim interest checkbox.
    1. From the Default interest type drop-down list, select the default interest type.
    2. In the Default interest rate field, select the default interest rate to charge.
    3. From the Interest method drop-down list, select one of the following:
      • On Declining Balance
      • On Original Balance

 

Step 4: Click the Payment Types tab.

  • In the Payment types with a set number of days to hold area, in the Payment type column, select the payment types that will have a set number of days to hold. For example, to hold a check for 7 days to ensure the clearing of the check before you disburse money, click an empty cell in the Payment type column and select Check from the drop-down list, and type a 7 in the Days to hold column.

  • In the Payment types that will not disburse to victims area, select the type(s) of payment that will not result in victim disbursement.

    Note: Click Select All to select all of the available payment types, or Unselect All to clear all payment types.

 

Step 5: Click the Files tab.

  • In the Directory field, do one of the following:
    • Type the location on your system to where you want to save the electronic disbursement file.
    • Click the Browse  button to select a system location to save the electronic disbursement file.
  • In the File name field, type the name to save the exported disbursement file as.

 

Step 6: Click Save Changes.

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