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  • National Training Institute Registration

    September 17-19, 2014

    Register now to join us September 17-19 in Miami, Florida, for the National Center for Victims of Crime 2014 National Training Institute, one of the largest and most respected avenues for professionals working with victims of crime. 

    OVW grantees are permitted to use set-aside training dollars to attend this conference but must seek approval from their OVW Program Specialist prior to registering.

    Register now!

  • Taking Action: An Advocate's Guide to Assisting Victims of Financial Fraud

    October 9, 2013

    The National Center for Victims of Crime and the FINRA Investor Education Foundation have released Taking Action: An Advocate’s Guide to Assisting Victims of Financial Fraud to provide those who serve the more than 30 million Americans who are victims of financial fraud every year with an important new tool to aid their clients.

    View our press release

  • Sexual Assault Statute of Limitations Resources

    October 23, 2013

    The National Center, under a grant funded by the Office of Violence Against Women, U.S. Department of Justice, is pleased to announce three new resources on sexual assault and the statute of limitations:

    View the new Sexual Assault Statute of Limitations Resources

  • Donate to the Victims of the Fort Hood Shooting

    National Compassion Fund

    After the April 2 shooting at the military base at Fort Hood, you can donate directly to the victims and their families via the National Compassion Fund. The National Compassion Fund gives 100% of the money raised directly to the victims.

    Donate Now

All news

After a Tragedy, Calculating the Best Ways That People Can Help, New York Times, May 31, 2013

All news

After a Tragedy, Calculating the Best Ways That People Can Help, New York Times, May 31, 2013

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