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Don’t Delay! National Crime Victims’ Service Awards Nominations Are Due by July 31st
New Training Resource for Tribal Victim Assistance Providers
Professional Development Scholarships


Don’t Delay! National Crime Victims’ Service Awards Nominations Are Due by July 31st

Nominations are being accepted for the 2018 National Crime Victims’ Service Awards by July 31, 20172018 National Crime Victims’ Service Awards. Each year, OVC recognizes extraordinary individuals, organizations, teams, and programs that demonstrate outstanding achievements in supporting victims and victim services.

The recipients are honored at the National Crime Victims’ Service Awards Ceremony in Washington, D.C. View past recipients and, if you know a deserving individual, group, team, or program, submit a nomination.

Nominations are due by July 31, 2017.

Sign up for the NCVRW Mailing List for information about NCVRW, the Awards Ceremony, and the Resource Guide and Theme Poster as they become available.

New Training Resource for Tribal Victim Assistance Providers

The OVC Training and Technical Assistance Center (OVC TTAC) recently launched
a OVC TTACTribal Victim Assistance web resource.

This OVC TTAC resource consolidates information and tools to support the efforts of tribal victim advocates, prosecutors, law enforcement officers, and others to develop a victim-centered response to crime victims in tribal communities. It features trainings, toolkits, videos, and other resources to build the capacity of the field to provide services to American Indian and Alaska Native populations.

Professional Development Scholarships

Professional Development ScholarshipsThrough our Training and Technical Assistance Center, OVC offers scholarship support for individuals and teams that work with victims of crime to attend victim-focused trainings and conferences.

The program provides up to $1,000 for individuals, $1,500 for individuals traveling from outside the contiguous United States, and up to $5,000 for multidisciplinary teams of victim service professionals.

Visit the OVC Training and Technical Assistance Center website to learn more.

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