Data on family violence are available in the following Bureau of Justice Statistics resources—
Data on women sexually assaulted on campuses can be found on the Sexual Assault on Campus: Measuring Frequency section of the National Institute of Justice website and in the Bureau of Justice Statistics report, Rape and Sexual Assault Among College-age Females, 1995-2013.
Also visit the Office of Postsecondary Education Campus Security Campus Safety and Security Data Analysis Cutting Tool website and the Student Activism section of the Rape, Abuse and Incest National Network site.
The Bureau of Justice Statistics' National Crime Victimization Survey Victimization Analysis Tool provides data on the number of sexual assaults that occur annually in the United States. The annual Crime in the United States report, published by the Federal Bureau of Investigation, provides data on rape reported to the police.
For additional information about sexual assault, visit the Sexual Assault section of our website.
The Bureau of Justice Statistics' National Crime Victimization Survey Victimization Analysis Tool provides victimization data by victim/offender relationship (stranger vs. non-stranger). Additional information is available on the Stranger and non-stranger crime section of the Bureau of Justice Statistics website.
Create a 1 year budget to include the following:
- Personnel - The salary should be based on your current income with consideration to cost of living in Washington, D.C. You must document how you calculated the salary requested. See the Fellowship solicitation for additional details.
- Fringe Benefits - Allowable benefits are detailed in the Fellowship solicitation. These include life insurance, health insurance (individual plan), disability insurance, state workers’ compensation, retirement plan, (see the Retirement Plans Community section of the IRS website for self-employed pension plan details), Federal Insurance Contributions Act (FICA) tax (typical employer contribution of 7.65 percent of salary), public transportation cost (see www.wmata.com for actual metro or bus expenses). Some research on your part will be necessary to accurately detail the proposed fringe benefits.
- Travel - Visit www.gsa.gov when developing your travel budget. Some examples of work-related travel during a Fellowship include travel to conferences or training, travel with OVC staff to various site visits across the U.S. No international travel is allowed.
- Supplies – Consider supplies that you will need, such the cost for a cell phone, if necessary.
- Other – Consider possible expenses, such as monthly cell phone use, conference/training registration fees, professional reference materials, and business cards.
You will be expected to prepare and submit a budget as outlined in the solicitation.
Please enter "Not Applicable (N/A)".
Fellows are grantees who are provided an individual award to conduct the activities proposed in the application. As such, each section that requires a name and contact information should contain your legal name.
The DUNS number is a unique nine-character number that identifies an organization. Individuals are exempt from the DUNS number requirements when applying for an OVC Fellowship. You should enter in "0" in the place of the DUNS number on the application.