Register for the OVC-funded Responding to Transnational Elder Fraud - A Victim-Centered Approach for Law Enforcement virtual training.
This free, 1-day training course provides criminal justice practitioners in the United States with information to assist older victims of fraud perpetuated in multiple jurisdictions via phone or the Internet.
The training offers background information on transnational fraud and tips for identifying and interviewing older victims through...
This program is designed to improve and expand the availability of accessible victim-centered, trauma-informed services for crime victims who are disabled, Deaf, hard-of-hearing, limited English proficient, blind, and/or visually impaired.
Register for a pre-application webinar on Wednesday, June 9, 2022, from 3:30–4:30 p.m., eastern time.
Under this solicitation, experienced organizations will work with OVC’s existing training and technical assistance provider to develop or enhance prevention and early intervention services based on best practices to focus on the needs of girls who are at risk or are victims of sex trafficking.
Register for a pre-application webinar on Tuesday, May 31, 2022, from 1:00–2:00 p.m., eastern time.
OVC FY 2022 Transforming America’s Response to Older Victims: Developing and Supporting Statewide Elder Justice Coalitions and Training and Technical Assistance Program
OVC FY 2022 Protecting Futures: Building Capacity to Serve Children and Youth Impacted by America’s Drug Crisis
OVC seeks applications to support an entity that will—
- competitively select and fund subawards to support direct services to children and youth who are crime victims impacted by the Nation’s drug crisis; and
- provide technical assistance (TA) to the selected subawardees.
Learn about materials that support children and youth, ages 2–18, as they navigate the justice system. Panelists discuss how OVC's Child Victims and Witnesses Support Materials can help children and youth in both criminal and family court settings understand the justice system, their rights, and the roles of different practitioners that they may encounter.