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

NCJ Number
249582
Date Published
Annotation
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.
Abstract
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