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OVC Focus On...2003

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December 2004
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This reference report provides an overview of programs funded under the U.S. Department of Justice, Office for Victims of Crime (OVC) for 2003.
Available from the U.S. Department of Justice, Office for Victims of Crime (OVC) Archive, this reference file provides an overview of the various programs funded by OVC in 2003. Topics covered in this report include: American Indian and Alaska Native Initiatives (i.e., Tribal Victim Assistance Program, MADD American Indian Outreach, Children's Advocacy Centers in Indian Country, Riverside Indian Boarding School), faith-based initiatives (i.e., Community Chaplaincy Program, Family Violence Project, Good Samaritans), promising practices and demonstration projects (i.e., Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner Mobile Unit, District-Specific Training Program, Treasury Offset Program), public education and awareness projects (i.e., National Crime Victims' Rights Week, OVC Resource Center, Oral History Project), technology (i.e., VS2000 System Information Technology Project, Online Directory of Crime Victim Services, International Terrorism Victim Compensation Program Software), terrorism and mass violence (i.e., Developing a Strategic Plan for Responding to Victims of Terrorism and Mass Violence: A Community Protocol, Specialized Training To Respond to the Mental Health Needs of Victims of Terrorism and Mass Violence, Assisting U.S. Citizens Victimized Abroad), training, education, and technical assistance initiatives (i.e., State Victim Assistance Academies, National Youth Education Project, Corrections-Based Victim Services Training, Training for Physicians on Elder Abuse), victims' rights initiatives (i.e., National Crime Victim Law Institute, Victims' Rights Education Project, Judicial Training Project), and victim service initiatives (i.e., Services for Trafficking Victims, Victim Reunification Travel Program: Addressing International Parental Child Abduction Cases, Federal Crime Victim Assistance Emergency Fund).

Date Published: December 1, 2004