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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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2016 NCVRW Theme Video

December 2015

This year’s theme video highlights how serving victims and building trust restores hope and strengthens communities. The theme video can be used to kick off National Crime Victims' Rights Week (NCVRW) public awareness and educational activities or to motivate local media to cover NCVRW events and topics. Visit the NCVRW site for more information.

Faces of Human Trafficking Video 3: An Introduction to Labor Trafficking (with Spanish Subtitles)

December 2015

This video provides an overview of labor trafficking. It features survivors and professionals—including law enforcement, judges, social service, legal and health care providers—who share information on victim indicators, ways victims are often identified, how professionals may come into contact with victims of labor trafficking, and industries where labor trafficking is more common.

Faces of Human Trafficking Video 3: An Introduction to Labor Trafficking

December 2015

This video provides an overview of labor trafficking. It features survivors and professionals—including law enforcement, judges, social service, legal and health care providers—who share information on victim indicators, ways victims are often identified, how professionals may come into contact with victims of labor trafficking, and industries where labor trafficking is more common.

Faces of Human Trafficking Video 9: Now That We Are Free (with Spanish Subtitles)

December 2015

The concluding video in this series features survivors of human trafficking who are resilient, thriving members of their communities. They share insight on the support systems, services, and personal journeys that helped them persevere, with words of encouragement for others who were or may still be in situations of human trafficking.

Faces of Human Trafficking Video 2: An Introduction to Sex Trafficking (with Spanish Subtitles)

December 2015

This video provides an overview of sex trafficking. It features survivors and professionals—including law enforcement, judges, and social service, legal, and health care providers—who share information on victim indicators, ways victims are often identified, how professionals may come into contact with victims of sex trafficking, and industries where sex trafficking is more common.

Faces of Human Trafficking Video 5: Effective Victim Services (with Spanish Subtitles)

December 2015

This video includes information on the importance of providing victim-centered, trauma-informed services to meet the wide array of needs experienced by trafficking victims. Coordination and collaboration are critical in responding to the diverse population of trafficking survivors, as no one provider can meet all of the needs of all types of trafficking victims.

Faces of Human Trafficking Video 8: The Victim-Centered Case (with Spanish Subtitles)

December 2015

This video features survivors, service providers, prosecutors, and local law enforcement who have worked on human trafficking cases that have ended with a successful prosecution. They stress the importance of proactive cases and collecting various kinds of evidence rather than relying solely on victim testimony.

Faces of Human Trafficking Video 2: An Introduction to Sex Trafficking

December 2015

This video provides an overview of sex trafficking. It features survivors and professionals—including law enforcement, judges, and social service, legal, and health care providers—who share information on victim indicators, ways victims are often identified, how professionals may come into contact with victims of sex trafficking, and industries where sex trafficking is more common.

Faces of Human Trafficking Video 5: Effective Victim Services

December 2015

This video includes information on the importance of providing victim-centered, trauma-informed services to meet the wide array of needs experienced by trafficking victims. Coordination and collaboration are critical in responding to the diverse population of trafficking survivors, as no one provider can meet all of the needs of all types of trafficking victims.

2015 NCVRW Theme Video

January 2015

This 2015 NCVRW theme video, “Engaging Communities. Empowering Victims," honors crime victims and victim service professionals and can be used to kick off National Crime Victims' Rights Week (NCVRW) public awareness and educational activities or to motivate local media to cover NCVRW events and topics. Visit the NCVRW site for more information.

The International Terrorism Victim Expense Reimbursement Program

December 2014

OVC administers the International Terrorism Victim Expense Reimbursement Program (ITVERP), which reimburses eligible victims of acts of international terrorism that occur outside the United States for expenses incurred as a direct result of their victimization. Watch a short video on how ITVERP may provide financial assistance to victims of international terrorism and their families. In this video, you will hear how ITVERP can assist victims from individuals who have received ITVERP benefits.

Through Our Eyes: Treatments That Work

April 2014

This video discusses the serious consequences of children's exposure to violence and trauma, such as substance abuse and mental health and behavioral problems, and the increased severity of symptoms experienced by children who have suffered multiple forms of victimization. It also features some of the evidence-based treatment strategies for children and their families that researchers and experts consider effective.

Through Our Eyes: Addressing Violence in the Home

April 2014

The physical, psychological, and emotional consequences for children exposed to violence in their homes can be especially severe. Early intervention is critical to help these children heal. This video features three programs that are working to provide a coordinated, comprehensive response to these victims and their families.