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National Center for Victims of Crime

Washington, D.C.
www.victimsofcrime.org

National Center for Victims of Crime was awarded $1,029,000 between 2005 and 2017, including 5 grants in Criminal Justice and Community & Economic Development.

$500,000

2017 • 2 years • Criminal Justice

The National Center for Victims of Crime (the Center) is the country’s leading resource and advocacy organization for crime victims and those who serve them. As a new partner in the effort to ensure meaningful and effective community engagement in Safety and Justice Challenge jurisdictions, the Center has conducted targeted outreach in Challenge Network sites to integrate the voice of victims, victim advocates, and service providers in local justice reform efforts. This award supports the Center’s continued efforts to: (1) educate its members and constituents about the Safety and Justice Challenge and disseminate information about practice and policy innovations; (2) facilitate dialogue between the victim community and other key stakeholders engaged in local justice system reform; and (3) implement the core set of principles developed to guide the participation and inclusion of the victim community in reform efforts.

$250,000

2016 • 2 years, 6 months • Criminal Justice

The National Center for Victims of Crime (the Center) is the country’s leading resource and advocacy organization for crime victims and those who serve them. The Center has played a critical role in shaping the national discussion on the impact of crime and victim’s needs. As a new partner in the effort to ensure meaningful and effective community engagement in Safety and Justice Challenge jurisdictions, the Center seeks to integrate the voice of victims, victim advocates, and service providers in local justice reform efforts. This grant supports the Center’s work to: (1) educate its members and constituents about the Safety and Justice Challenge and disseminate information about practice and policy innovations; (2) facilitate dialogue between the victim community and other key stakeholders engaged in local justice system reform; and (3) develop a core set of principles and tools to help guide the participation and inclusion of the victim community in reform efforts.

$50,000

2007 • 5 months • Community & Economic Development

To complete production of the report of a national panel on technology as a community engagement tool for crime prevention.

$62,000

2006 • 6 months • Community & Economic Development

In support of a national panel on technology as a community engagement tool for crime prevention (over six months).

$167,000

2005 • 9 months • Community & Economic Development

In support of a national panel on the ethical issues that may arise when using innovative technology to reduce crime and improve neighborhood safety (over nine months).

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