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Victim Impact: Listen and Learn (Domestic Violence)

December 2008

The video in this series (NCJ 223072) features the first-person account of Rebel who shares her experience as victim of domestic violence and the ripple effect that victimization can have on family members and the community at large. A companion online only training curriculum is also available and includes a two part facilitator manual and a participant workbook.

Victim Impact: Listen and Learn (Domestic Violence)

December 2008

The video in this series (NCJ 223072) features the first-person account of Rebel who shares her experience as victim of domestic violence and the ripple effect that victimization can have on family members and the community at large. A companion online only training curriculum is also available and includes a two part facilitator manual and a participant workbook.

Victim Impact: Listen and Learn (Crime Victim with a Disability)

December 2008

The video in this series (NCJ 223072) features the first-person account of Kimberly who shares her experience as crime victim with a disability and the ripple effect that victimization can have on family members and the community at large. A companion online only training curriculum is also available and includes a two part facilitator manual and a participant workbook.

2020 National Crime Victims' Rights Week Message from the OVC Director

Dear Colleague,

Each April, we pause to celebrate the many advances in crime victim support in our nation: victim engagement in the criminal justice system, increasing availability of services, and recognition of rights for all victims and survivors. We also seek to ensure justice for those victims whose voices have yet to be heard.

Message from the OVC Director: Resources on COVID-19 for OVC Grantees

Dear Grantees:

I hope this email finds you all healthy and safe during these challenging times. Here at the Office for Victims of Crime (OVC) we continue to work at full capacity, albeit remotely, to support you in the critical delivery of services to all victims of crime. Thousands of victims of crime rely on OVC grantees as they work to rebuild their lives and they need you now more than ever.