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Multimedia Listing

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

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The Antiterrorism and Emergency Assistance Program (AEAP)

January 2017

The Antiterrorism and Emergency Assistance Program (AEAP) is one resource that the Office for Victims of Crime (OVC) uses to support jurisdictions and victims that have experienced incidents of terrorism or mass violence. Following the 1995 bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma, Congress amended the 1984 Victims of Crime Act, authorizing OVC to establish an Antiterrorism Emergency Reserve (Emergency Reserve) using resources from the Crime Victims Fund (the Fund).

Alcohol-Facilitated Sexual Assault in Indian Country: Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska (Case Study)

December 2016

OVC and the Office on Violence Against Women collaborated to produce this four-video series, designed for criminal justice personnel, victim advocates, and allied professionals who work with victims of sexual assault in Indian Country. This case study provides information about trial techniques for and multidisciplinary responses to cases of alcohol-facilitated sexual assault.

Alcohol-Facilitated Sexual Assault in Indian Country: Services and Support for Victims

December 2016

OVC and the Office on Violence Against Women collaborated to produce this four-video series, designed for criminal justice personnel, victim advocates, and allied professionals who work with victims of sexual assault in Indian Country. This public awareness video addresses various types of support for sexual assault victims in Indian Country. 

Alcohol-Facilitated Sexual Assault in Indian Country: Navajo Nation (Case Study)

December 2016

OVC and the Office on Violence Against Women collaborated to produce this four-video series, designed for criminal justice personnel, victim advocates, and allied professionals who work with victims of sexual assault in Indian Country. This case study provides information about trial techniques for and multidisciplinary responses to cases of alcohol-facilitated sexual assault.

Alcohol-Facilitated Sexual Assault in Indian Country: An Introduction to the Issues

December 2016

OVC and the Office on Violence Against Women collaborated to produce this four-video series, designed for criminal justice personnel, victim advocates, and allied professionals who work with victims of sexual assault in Indian Country. This video provides an overview of alcohol-facilitated sexual assault in Indian Country, including prevalence, historical trauma, and responses.

If You're a Victim of Crime, Help is Available

October 2016

This 2.5-minute video describes the help that is available for victims of crime by recognizing the effects of crime, identifying certain victims' rights that are guaranteed in most states, and describing services available from state victim compensation and assistance programs. If you or someone you know is a victim of a crime, there are resources. Visit www.ovc.gov/help for more information.

A Healing Journey: Community Responses with Victims and Offenders

October 2016

This video highlights holistic and community-based approaches to victims and offenders. It also addresses the significant impact historical trauma has had on some Alaska Natives. Offenders often return to their homes and communities; therefore, communities must be actively involved in re-entry efforts to ensure the safety of victims and community members.

Wind River Tribal Youth Program: Connecting Youth with Tribal Tradition

October 2016

Hear the perspectives of adults and youth as they reflect on historical trauma, the importance of talking and connecting across generations, and the critical role of cultural practices in healing.

A Healing Journey: Federal Responses to Sex Trafficking in Alaska

October 2016

This video introduces the issue of sex trafficking of Alaska Natives, especially adolescents and women who travel to urban areas from the villages and then lack the resources to return home. Awareness, outreach, safety, support, services, training, and enforcement are all critical elements discussed in the video. Each of these elements is key to successfully addressing sex trafficking.

A Healing Journey: Multidisciplinary Responses to Victims of Violence

October 2016

This video illustrates the multidisciplinary approach that brings together a range of professions to ensure timely, comprehensive, and victim-centered responses. Teams must be flexible and responsive to the range of short- and long-term needs of Alaska Native victims, including cultural, emotional, physical, and geographic needs.

A Healing Journey: Responding to Survivors of Violence

October 2016

This video provides an overview of the multiple challenges victims face when pursuing safety and justice in Alaska, including geographic, climate, and jurisdictional realities. Traditional values, local customs, cultural practices, and trauma-informed care help victims to heal and serve to promote the well-being of communities.

What is the Office for Victims of Crime?

April 2016

This 3-minute video describes OVC's mission and major responsibilities to enhance victims' rights and services for all victims across the United States.

The video also provides an overview of the Crime Victims Fund, describes how funding is distributed to the states to provide direct and accessible services, and discusses OVC's commitment to professionalization of the field through developing new programs; training and technical assistance; and disseminating information about model programs that benefit all victims of crime.

Helping Victims of Mass Violence and Terrorism: Recovery

April 2016

This 7-minute video depicts how victims experience recovery and resilience at their own pace and in their own ways, and also shows how recovery approaches can be varied depending on victims' needs. Recovery approaches can be non-traditional, varied, and community or individual-based. For more information, visit Helping Victims of Mass Violence and Terrorism: Planning, Response, Recovery, and Resources at http://ovc.gov/pubs/mvt-toolkit/index.html.

Helping Victims of Mass Violence and Terrorism: Partnerships and Planning

April 2016

This 8-minute video illustrates the importance of partnerships and planning for a more effective response to incidents of mass violence, integrating victims' issues into emergency plans, and considering volunteers and donation funds in planning. For more information, visit Helping Victims of Mass Violence and Terrorism: Planning, Response, Recovery, and Resources at http://ovc.gov/pubs/mvt-toolkit/index.html.

Helping Victims of Mass Violence and Terrorism: Response

April 2016

This 7-minute video explains how a response to a mass violence incident should be well-organized, timely, multidisciplinary, and respectful of victims. The video discusses the usefulness of standing up centers that help victims obtain information and heal; and the importance of considering the needs of first responders. For more information, visit Helping Victims of Mass Violence and Terrorism: Planning, Response, Recovery, and Resources at http://ovc.gov/pubs/mvt-toolkit/index.html.

Helping Victims of Mass Violence and Terrorism: Partnerships and Planning, Response, Recovery

April 2016

This 2-minute video is a brief introduction to the Helping Victims of Mass Violence and Terrorism video series and highlights the importance of partnerships and planning for a more effective response to mass violence events; how a response to a mass violence incident should be well-organized, timely, multidisciplinary, and victim-centered; and how victims experience recovery and resilience at their own pace and in their own ways. For more information, visit http://ovc.gov/pubs/mvt-toolkit/index.html.

What is the Crime Victims Fund?

March 2016

This 2-minute video describes the Crime Victims Fund, a major funding source for victim services throughout the Nation that is made up of fines, special assessments, and forfeited bail paid by people who are convicted of federal crimes in U.S. courts around the country. The video offers information about the various grant programs funded using VOCA dollars and OVC's collaboration with state administrators of victim compensation and assistance programs.