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2013 National Conference
Join us on September 9-11, 2013, in Phoenix, Arizona, for the National Center for Victims of Crime 2013 National Conference. Our National Conference is one of the largest and most respected avenues for professional working with victims of crime to get the most up-to-date information and tools so they can better respond to victims of crime in their communities.
National Compassion Fund
Victims need a simple, fair, and transparent process when the public generously donates money in the wake of a mass casualty crime.
And the public needs to know that money will go directly to victims.
Wall Street Journal Article
More about the Fund
June 10, 2013
The Department of Justice has released its eagerly anticipated Vision 21 report, culminating more than two years of research and high-level policy work by the victim services field.
Post-traumatic stress disorder can affect victims young and old, civilian and military. Learn more at:
June 7, 2013
The National Center for Victims of Crime extends our thoughts and prayers to the victims in Santa Monica, their families and friends, and the first responders whose efforts saved lives and prevented more deaths and injuries.
Read our statement
Need support? Hotlines and helpful links
National Center Executive Director Mai Fernandez joins WUSA9 news to discuss victims' response to the events in Boston, MA.
Are you having difficulty coping with the trauma? Practice self care. Read the Get Help Bulletins for information on how to manage grief and trauma.
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