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The multimedia list includes videos that are available online in full-length. Visit the Publications List to access a list of more products available from OVC, including videos that are only available as DVDs. 

OVC Anti-Trafficking Commemorative Event

January 2027

In recognition of January’s National Human Trafficking Awareness and Prevention Month, we hosted this 20th Anniversary Commemoration of OVC’s Anti-Trafficking Programs event.

The event theme is Collaboration, Transformation, and Impact: 20 Years of OVC’s Anti-Trafficking Efforts, which highlights grantees’ impact on the lives of thousands of trafficking survivors over two decades of OVC funding, assistance and support, while also looking to the future as the Department of Justice’s response to human trafficking continues to evolve.

OVC Human Trafficking - New Grantees Performance Reporting Training

February 2023

This recorded webinar is for new Human Trafficking victim service providers and Enhanced Collaborative Model task forces grantees funded by OVC in FY 2022 and forward. It provides information on performance measure reporting, reporting requirements and due dates, how to navigate the Performance Measurement Tool (PMT) and complete quarterly performance measure reports, and upload semiannual reports into the JustGrants system. View the webinar presentation slides.

Transformation: 20 Years of OVC’s Anti-Trafficking Efforts

January 2023

This video reflects on the changes, growth, and lessons learned over the years, with a look to the future as federal anti-trafficking efforts continue to evolve.

Learn how OVC anti-trafficking programing has helped ensure quality services are available and accessible to survivors.

Collaboration: 20 Years of OVC’s Anti-Trafficking Efforts

January 2023

This video acknowledges the partnerships that have been created through OVC anti-trafficking funding over the last 20 years.

It highlights efforts to strengthen collaborations with survivor leaders; establish partnerships; reduce barriers to care and services; and provide a more coordinated and victim-centered response.

OVC Human Trafficking Program – Writing a Comprehensive Semiannual Report

January 2023

This recorded webinar is for Human Trafficking victim service providers and Enhanced Collaborative Model task forces funded by OVC in FY 2020 and forward. It provides information on the how collected quantitative performance measure data will inform semiannual narrative responses, shares new semiannual performance reporting tips and tricks, and shows grantees how examining their own grant performance measure data can build stories based on grant activity for their semiannual report responses. View the webinar presentation slides.

FY 2023 Tribal Set-Aside Formula Program Consultation

December 2022
OVC invited Tribal leaders, representatives, and stakeholders to participate in a November 9, 2022, consultation on the Tribal Set-Aside from the Crime Victims Fund for Fiscal Year 2023. Attendees discussed enhancing the FY 2023 Tribal Victim Services Set-Aside Program application process, improving outcomes for projects that include major renovation and construction; and strengthening services for families of Missing or Murdered Indigenous Persons (MMIP).

Victim Compensation - Writing a Comprehensive Annual Report

December 2022

This OVC webinar provides guidance for VOCA Victim Compensation Grantees on how to use the performance measure data entered into the Performance Measurement Tool (PMT) to inform the annual report. During the webinar, members of the OVC’s performance measurement team provide information on the annual reporting questions and explore each question and what responses should entail. The team also highlights how a clear and concise annual report can tell the story of the qualitative data and the grant activities completed by grantees. View the webinar presentation.

Victim Compensation Performance Measurement Tool User Training Webinar

November 2022
This OVC webinar provides guidance for reporting on the required performance measures for the Victims of Crime Act (VOCA) Victim Compensation formula grant program. Members of OVC’s performance measurement team provide an overview of performance management, processes for accessing the Performance Measurement Tool (PMT) system, entering quarterly performance measures, generating the annual grantee report, and troubleshooting strategies and additional resources. View the webinar presentation.

Human Trafficking FY 2020-2022 Grantees: Performance Measurement Training

October 2022

This recorded webinar is for Human Trafficking victim service providers and Enhanced Collaborative Model task forces funded by OVC in FY 2020 and forward. It provides information on the performance reporting requirements, report types and due dates, and how to access and navigate the PMT platform for reporting purposes. View the webinar presentation slides.

Crime Victim Survivors: The Power of the Personal Story - Episode 3: Unique Patterson

October 2022

In this podcast, we hear from Unique Patterson who discusses his experience as a gun violence survivor who suffered paralysis from the victimization. Joining Unique on the podcast is Dr. Liza Chowdury, Director of the Paterson Healing Collective, a hospital-based violence intervention program (HVIP). Staff of the Paterson Healing Collective connected with Unique while he was in the hospital, recovering from his injuries. In addition to receiving supportive services, Unique also received financial assistance from the state compensation program.

A Conversation with Roberta Roper: The Evolution of Victims' Rights

September 2022
To commemorate the annual observance of the National Day of Remembrance for Murder Victims on September 25, Office for Victims of Crime Director Kristina Rose speaks to Roberta Roper about the murder of her beloved daughter, Stephanie. Hear Roberta’s inspiring story and how the crime victims’ field has changed in the past four decades and learn about the ongoing work that needs to be done to help all victims of crime find their justice. 

Victim Assistance Writing an Impactful Annual Report Training Webinar

August 2022
This OVC webinar provides guidance for VOCA Victim Assistance Grantees on how to use the performance measure data entered into the Performance Measurement Tool (PMT) to inform the annual report. During the webinar, members of the OVC’s performance measurement team provide information on the annual reporting questions and explore each question and what responses should entail. The team also highlights how a clear and concise annual report can tell the story of the qualitative data and the grant activities completed grantees and subgrantees.

Transforming Victim Services - Writing Your Semiannual Narrative

June 2022
This recorded webinar helps Office for Victims of Crime grantees develop a common understanding of how collecting performance measure data informs the semiannual narrative report; provides information on the narrative questions and explores each question and what responses should entail; and highlights how a clear and concise semiannual narrative report can tell the story of the qualitative data.

Crime Victim Survivors: The Power of the Personal Story - Episode 2: Elizabeth Huebsch

June 2022
In this podcast, we hear from Elizabeth Huebsch who discusses her experience when she sought assistance and support from law enforcement and her local sexual assault victim services organization. Throughout her journey, she experienced significant violations of her personal privacy and confidentiality. While her experience with her state’s crime victim compensation program was positive, the rest of her journey was not.

OVC Tribal Victim Services Set-Aside Program: FY 2021 New Grantee Orientation

June 2022
The goal of this recorded webinar is to equip OVC FY 2021 OVC Tribal Victim Services Set-Aside Formula Grant Program (TVSSA) grantees with the knowledge and resources that are necessary to successfully manage their grant award. This orientation provides an overview of OVC and the TVSSA program, grant roles and responsibilities, including reporting requirements, award conditions, training and technical assistance, and additional resources.

Missing or Murdered Indigenous People: Bringing Loved Ones Home

May 2022
Grassroots efforts working to increase national awareness and understanding of the Missing or Murdered Indigenous Persons crisis are highlighted in this video. Also referred to as Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women (MMIW), Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls (MMIWG), Missing and Murdered Indigenous Relatives (MMIR), or other names specific to a Tribal community (such as Missing and Murdered Diné Relatives, MMDR, in the Navajo Nation); each acronym represents the generations of American Indians and Alaska Natives that have mourned missing or murdered loved ones. Working together can help bring healing and justice.

Derek L. Marchman | 2022 National Crime Victims' Service Awards

April 2022

Derek Marchman has developed and implemented programs affecting victims and the victims’ rights movement for the last 30 years in the State of Georgia and nationwide. Mr. Marchman began his criminal justice career as a Probation Officer, and then moved on to working with state legislators to improve crime victim services. At the Georgia Governor’s Criminal Justice Coordinating Council, Mr. Marchman helped shape the victim assistance field by enhancing and increasing services and funding for victims of crime.

The Every Voice Coalition | 2022 National Crime Victims' Service Awards

April 2022
The Every Voice Coalition strives to end campus sexual violence. The coalition was founded in 2016 by students, young alumni, allies, and survivors of sexual violence in Massachusetts. The fierce, dedicated, and tireless advocates of The Every Voice Coalition demand safety for students across our Nation. Their efforts to combat and prevent campus sexual assault are admirable. What began as grassroots work has shown students and survivors that their voices matter and are heard.