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Mobile Apps
Register for the OVC-sponsored National Indian Nations Conference
Learn About Current Crime and Victimization Trends


Mobile Apps

OVC's Vision 21: Transforming Victim Services Final Report recognized that we needed to create a better way to respond to crime victims.

Technology can be a powerful tool for expanding victims' safe access to information and services. Mobile technology creates new opportunities for outreach and collaboration, with the potential to provide services directly to victims of crime.

Visit OVC's Mobile Apps Center to find and download mobile apps designed to help crime victims and victim service providers.

Register for the OVC-sponsored National Indian Nations Conference

Braiding Strength, Hope, and Healing for the Path ForwardWith support from OVC, the Tribal Law and Policy Institute will host the 16th National Indian Nations Conference: Justice for Victims of Crime December 5–7, 2018, on the reservation of the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians, California.

This event brings together a wide range of providers, stakeholders, and victims to share their knowledge and develop programs to serve the unique needs of victims in Indian Country.

The theme of this year's conference is "Braiding Strength, Hope, and Healing for the Path Forward."

Learn more about the National Indian Nations Conference and register.

Learn About Current Crime and Victimization Trends

Crime and Victimization in the United StatesOVC's Crime and Victimization Fact Sheets, are a resource for victim service providers and allied professionals to raise awareness of victims' issues throughout the year. They cover topics such as human trafficking, homicide, domestic violence, sexual violence, and many more!

Use statistics and compelling graphics from these Fact Sheets in email and social media marketing, presentations, and on your website to help raise awareness and help demonstrate why crime victims' rights matter.

View the Communicating Your Message section of the 2018 NCVRW Resource Guide for additional resources and ways to–

  • enhance your organization's public awareness campaigns,
  • increase your visibility in the community, and
  • promote valuable resources for victims of crime.

Previously Featured Resources

Featured in: January - June 2018 | July - December 2018