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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.
In our first podcast, we hear the powerful personal story of Juanita Batchelor – a mother, grandmother, survivor, advocate, and activist – whose life was changed forever when her son was murdered. Juanita discusses the hurdles crime survivors go through trying to exercise their right to victim compensation; and what can be done to improve victim compensation services.
The 2022 NCVRW Theme Video Clip emphasizes helping crime survivors find their justice by enforcing victims' rights, expanding access to services, and ensuring equity and inclusion for all. Visit our NCVRW site to learn more about NCVRW.
Learn about materials that support children and youth, ages 2–18, as they navigate the justice system. Panelists discuss how OVC's Child Victims and Witnesses Support Materials can help children and youth in both criminal and family court settings understand the justice system, their rights, and the roles of different practitioners that they may encounter.
The 2022 NCVRW Theme Video emphasizes helping crime survivors find their justice by enforcing victims' rights, expanding access to services, and ensuring equity and inclusion for all. Visit our NCVRW site to learn more about NCVRW.
OVC is seeking peer reviewers from diverse backgrounds and regions with experience in the victim services field to assess grant applications. Learn about the peer reviewer role and responsibilities and gain perspective from experienced reviewers. Apply to become an OVC peer reviewer.
Office for Victims of Crime Director Kristina Rose and the Office on Trafficking in Persons Director Katherine Chon discuss programs managed by both offices that support survivors of human trafficking. They also discuss how the anti-trafficking field has evolved over decades and highlight a new joint effort to develop standards of care for service providers supporting human trafficking survivors.