Sexual Assault on College Campuses

Register now for this webinar on Sexual Assault on College Campus – Context and Legal Mandates, on April 16 at 3:00pm EST, presented by Cari Simon, National Expert on School Related Violence and other Misconduct.
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Save the Date

Join us for our annual National Training Institute, held this year September 9-11, in Anaheim California. Registration is now open!
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The National Center for Victims of Crime

The leading resource and advocacy organization for crime victims and those who serve them since 1985, our mission is to forge a national commitment to help victims of crime rebuild their lives.
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  • 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

  • The National Center for Victims of Crime Remembers Joan Rivers

    September 4, 2014

    The National Center for Victims of Crime mourns the passing of our friend and supporter Joan Rivers.  Rivers served on the board of directors of the organization from 1992-1996.  She was an outspoken advocate committed to crime victims’ issues.  Ms. Rivers  will be remembered for her dedicated years of service to the National Center and for inspiring so many to stand-up for their rights and be true to themselves.

  • The Stalking Resource Center Responds to CBS' "Stalker"

    October 2, 2014

    There is very little Stalker get's right about stalking. This show only makes our work more difficult by framing stalking as entertainment. In glorifying and normalizing a serious crime, the program demonstrates extremely poor judgment disrespecting the 7.5 million individuals who are victims of stalking each year in the U.S.

    Read our full letter

  • Statement before the Charles Colson Task Force on Federal Corrections

    March 11, 2015 

    Susan Howley spoke to the CTFFC on the importance of offender restitution on March 11, 2015.

    View her remarks here.

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