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State-Tribal Crime Victim Liaison Demonstration Program: Tribal Outreach To Establish Trust and Increase Awareness of Victim Services

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This report presents the features, results, and recommendations of Oklahoma’s State-Tribal Victim Liaison Demonstration Program, which used a grant from the U.S. Justice Department’s Office for Victims of Crime (OVC) to provide outreach to American Indian (AI) crime victims in the State.
This report discusses the outcome of a 3-year project through which the Oklahoma District Attorneys Council, Victim Services Division, supported a State-Tribal Crime Victim Liaison. This liaison provided outreach to Oklahoma American Indian victims regarding tribal victim assistance, grant opportunities, and crime victim compensation.
Date Created: December 14, 2016