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2020 Crime Victims Fund Compensation and Assistance Allocations

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View the 2020 Crime Victims Fund compensation allocations and the 2020 Crime Victims Fund assistance allocations.

Crime Victims Fund Compensation Allocations

From Crime Victims Fund (the Fund) deposits available for victim compensation grants, the Director shall make an annual grant from the Fund to an eligible crime victim compensation program of 60 percent of the amounts awarded during the preceding fiscal year (2 years prior to the grant year).

Crime Victims Fund Assistance Allocations

From the Fund deposits available for victim assistance grants, each state grantee receives a base amount of $500,000, except for the territories of Northern Mariana Islands, Guam, and American Samoa, which are eligible to receive a base amount of $200,000. After the victim compensation allocations are determined, the remaining Fund deposits are allocated to victim assistance grants based upon the state's population in relation to all other states, as determined by current census data.

For those seeking more detailed information on the allocation of VOCA formula funds, please review the Crime Victims Fund fact sheet.

Previous allocation charts and performance reports can be found in the Formula Grant Allocations Archive.

Date Created: April 28, 2020