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About UCF Victim Services

Victim Advocates are a CONFIDENTIAL resource. We provide free, comprehensive victim advocacy services to students, faculty, staff, and visitors to campus who have been impacted by crime, violence, or abuse.

Advocates offer CONFIDENTIAL support, crisis intervention, reporting and disclosure options, safety planning, information and referrals, practical assistance, and educational programs. Our clients are informed of all their reporting and disclosure options and we empower them to make the best decision for themselves. We encourage reporting to the police, but we always support the choice of our clients.

Crisis Intervention

Advocates are available 24 hours a day to assist clients by phone or respond to the scene of a crime. To contact an advocate anytime day or night, call (407) 823-1200 or TEXT (407)823-6868. We provide crisis counseling, emotional support and safety planning in the aftermath of victimization.

Information and Referral

To empower clients to make informed decisions, advocates help clients explore their rights and options and provide information about the civil, university, and criminal justice systems. We provide referrals to on and off campus resources as needed.

Practical Assistance & Advocacy

When appropriate, advocates can act as liaisons to professors, family members, friends, employers, landlords, creditors, and other service providers. Advocates assist with reporting to the Police and Title IX, filing injunctions for protection, provide transportation to court appearances and other required appointments, and offer additional practical assistance related to the victimization.

Meet Our Team

All of our staff members are professional Victim Services Practitioners. The Florida Office of the Attorney General created the Practitioner Designation standard in 1995 in order to assure a professional level of education and knowledge for victim services providers. To maintain this designation, ongoing advanced training--to include seminars, workshops, and conferences--is required. Each staff member has completed training through the UCF Safe Zone Allies program.

Jurnee Luke

Jurnee joined UCF Victim Services in 2022 but has previous experience in advocacy. She has training in Victim Assistance and is passionate about ensuring victim’s voices are heard, supported, and empowered. She works, trains, and is constantly seeking training and education to create a comforting space for victims to share their stories in confidence. Jurnee has previously served the Homeless/At-Risk population where she has been able to advocate for families for fair and adequate housing. Jurnee is a University of Central Florida alumna where she graduated with her Bachelor of Social Work (BSW) and double minored in Nonprofit Management and Medical Sociology in December 2020 and is excited to start on the journey towards her master’s degree. Outside of the office, Jurnee loves adventures near and far, neon lights, butterflies, everything Princess Tiana and New Orleans, and making new memories with family and friends.

Davina Caldwell

Davina has been with UCF Victim Services since 2018. She completed her state advocacy designation, crisis response training, and more than 400 hours of additional advocacy training. Davina is a member of the American Sociological Association and attended both Louisiana State University and UCF for her undergraduate degree in Sociology, with minors in Women’s and Gender Studies and Political Science. She is currently a Master of Arts student in the Applied Sociology program at UCF, specializing in Intimate Partner Violence. Davina is passionate about ending power-based personal violence and supporting survivors. As an advocate, she practices trauma-informed care and works to empower survivors. Davina is originally from Seattle, WA, and loves to spend time outdoors. She loves musical theatre, fashion, and Harry Potter and is known as the office comedy queen. Outside of the office, she enjoys going to the theme parks, spending time with friends, and playing with her cat.

Christine Mouton

With UCF Victim Services since 2002, Christine holds a Master’s in Criminal Justice from UCF. Christine has previously served as an Adjunct Professor in Criminal Justice and Women’s Studies for 15 years. Christine is an Executive Board Member and Regional Coordinator for the Florida Crisis Response Team (FCRT), Past President of the Florida Network of Victim Witness Services and the Orlando American Association of University Women (AAUW). Currently a member of the National Organization for Victim Assistance (NOVA), appointed member of the International Association of Chiefs of Police, (IACP) Victim Services committee and currently serves as a mentor for the FBI ELEVATE Project. Christine collects dragons, UCF Pottery, and art glass and spends her weekends walking her dog, completing DIY projects and eating Indian food whenever possible.

Jessica Baker

Jessica started at UCF Victim Services in 2018 and before that was a Victim Advocate in  the 9th Judicial Circuit, State Attorney’s Office in the Domestic Violence Unit Felony Division. As a Victim Advocate, Jessica participated in the community response to the Pulse nightclub tragedy and worked with families and victims at the Family Reunification Center and the Family Assistance Center. She has been doing victim advocacy work for over 8 years and is honored to provide support to survivors in their healing journey. Jessica graduated from the University of Central Florida with a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology, dual minors in Women’s Studies and Criminal Justice with two certificates; one in Leadership Studies and one in Victim Advocacy in 2014. Jessica has also completed a Master of Arts degree in Counselor Education, Clinical Mental Health Counseling from the University of Central Florida in May 2021.  Outside of the office she is the owner of Supportive Counseling, LLC where she provides mental health counseling services as a Registered Mental Health Counselor Intern (RMHCI), is a member of the American Counseling Association (ACA), was awarded Victim of Advocate of the year 2019 by the Chief of UCF Police, and loves Stephen King, video games and self-care.

Christey Oberbeck

Christey has been an Advocate since 2008. She is a nationally credentialed advocate with the designation as a Comprehensive Victim Services Specialist in Domestic & Sexual Violence, and Campus Advocacy. With a client-centered focus, she is particularly experienced with high risk relationship abuse, stragulation and stalking cases, LGBTQ+ relationship dynamics, as well as injunction preparation. Christey feels it is her life calling to ensure that every one of our clients is treated with dignity and respect, informed of their options, and given the best opportunities for success. No one should feel like they must go through trauma and victimization alone. We’re here to help 24/7. Christey is all about comfort and she is always available for warm hugs and snack times. She is a UCF Alumni with a Master's in Social Justice and Advocacy. Outside of the office, Christey enjoys adventures with her sons and husband, trips to New Orleans, and all things Marvel, DC, and Middle Earth.

UCF Victim Services is a member of the Florida Network of Victim/Witness Services, the Collegiate Victim Services Network of Florida, the National Organization for Victims of Crime, the National Organization of Victim Assistance, the Victim Services Coalition of Central Florida, the Orange County Domestic Violence Taskforce, the Seminole County Domestic Violence Taskforce, the Greater Orlando Human Trafficking Taskforce, and the Florida Crisis Response Team.