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October 2008
Document Summary

This report outlines the activities and accomplishments of the Office for Victims of Crime during Fiscal Years 2005 and 2006. Each section summarizes victims' needs in that area and relates how funding from OVC makes a crucial difference in the lives of crime victims. Topics include the Crime Victims Fund—a powerful resource for supporting services to victims; meeting the needs of priority victims; victim funding in Indian Country, funding and assistance for victims of international trafficking, terrorism and mass violence, identity theft, and domestic violence.


Errata Sheet

Part 1 (PDF 714 kb)


Message From the Director


The Crime Victims Fund

Chapter 1. The Fund’s Revenue Sources

Chapter 2. Beneficiaries of the Fund

Chapter 3. Forecasting the Fund’s Future Stability

Part 2 (PDF 1.4 mb)

Services to Crime Victims

Chapter 4. VOCA Victim Assistance

Chapter 5. VOCA Victim Compensation

Chapter 6. Indian Country (CJA and TVA)

Chapter 7. Terrorism and Mass Violence

Chapter 8. Human Trafficking

Chapter 9. Identity Theft

Chapter 10. Upholding the Rights of Victims

Part 3 (PDF 1.3 mb)

Training, Education, and Outreach

Chapter 11. Training and Technical Assistance

Chapter 12. Public Awareness

Chapter 13. Information Resources

Collaboration and Partnerships

Chapter 14. Faith-Based Initiatives

Chapter 15. Action Partnerships

Chapter 16. Interagency Collaboration

Looking Forward

Part 4 (PDF 321 kb)

Appendix A. State Victim Assistance Distributions

Appendix B. State Victim Compensation Distributions

Appendix C. Children’s Justice Act Distributions

Appendix D. Tribal Victim Assistance Distributions

Appendix E. Trafficking Victims Discretionary Grant Distributions

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Read more about specific OVC-supported programs in the following areas:

  • American Indian and Alaska Native Communities
  • Faith-Based Organizations and Services
  • Identity Theft
  • Promising Practices and Demonstration Projects
  • Public Education and Awareness Projects
  • Technology
  • Terrorism and Mass Violence
  • Training, Education, and Technical Assistance
  • Victims' Rights
  • Victim Services
The 2007 Focus On is archived and provided for reference purposes only.

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