If your organization provides services to help American Indian and Alaska Native survivors recover from crime and abuse, submit your information to the Tribal Resource Tool by visiting the Tribal Resource tool website.
Join staff from Office for Victims of Crime (OVC) and State VOCA Administrators from: Arizona, Nevada, California, Oregon, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Michigan, Texas, Nebraska, and Washington.
Workshop Title: State VOCA Administrators and Tribal Victim Services: Read more
New publication available from National Institute of Justice (NIJ): “Improving Officer Safety on the Roadways.” Understanding the circumstances behind line-of-duty deaths from vehicle crashes and roadside incidents is a critical step in reducing Read more
Vicarious trauma is an occupational challenge for people working and volunteering to help victims of crime, due to their continuous exposure to victims of trauma and violence.
In 2017, Office for Victims of Crime (OVC) Read more
Elder Justice Initiative webinar recordings now available: “Building an Elder Justice Unit in South Dakota” and “Digging Deeper: When Consent is Not Consent.” This webinar series provides critical information for prosecutors, victim specialists, Read more