OVC FY 2021 Services to Support Victims of Hate Crime and Strengthen Communities Pre-Application Webinar
The video in this series (NCJ 223072) features the first-person account of Jee Young who shares her experience as victim of hate crime 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.
Hatred fueled by prejudice and bias has motivated criminal acts throughout history and hate crimes continue to challenge the safety and well-being of people in the United States.
A hate crime is defined as a criminal offense committed against a person, property, or society that is motivated, in whole, or in part, by the offender’s bias against a race, religion, disability, sexual orientation, or ethnicity.
This website provides information and resources on hate crimes resources for victims of crime, law enforcement, media, researchers, advocacy groups, and other related organizations. Visit this website for resources and services in English, Spanish, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Vietnamese, Korean, Tagalog, Arabic, and Japanese.
Questioning Bias: Validating A Bias Crime Victim Assessment Tool In California And New Jersey, Summary Overview
VictimConnect serves victims of any crime in the United States. Trained specialists are available to help you locate referrals for mental health counseling, financial compensation, legal services, civil justice options, support groups, crime reporting, identity theft recovery and more.