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April 7, 2017: Justice Department honors Arizona Attorney General Crime Victim Service Team. (OJP Newsroom)

April 7, 2017: Justice Department honors Blackwater prosecution team with federal service award. (OJP Newsroom)

April 7, 2017: Justice Department honors D.C. attorney for efforts to prevent campus sexual violence. (OJP Newsroom)

April 7, 2017: Justice Department honors GWU graduate for services to victims of sexual assault. (OJP Newsroom)

April 7, 2017: Justice Department honors late navy prosecution expert for her commitment to Victims' Rights. (OJP Newsroom)

April 7, 2017: Justice Department honors New York's Weinberg Center for services to elder abuse victims. (OJP Newsroom)

April 7, 2017: Justice Department honors Oklahoma victim advocate. (OJP Newsroom)

April 7, 2017: Justice Department honors Pennsylvania victims' rights advocate for efforts to end sexual violence. (OJP Newsroom)

April 7, 2017: Justice Department honors Philadelphia program for service to crime victims. (OJP Newsroom)

April 7, 2017: Justice Department honors Phoenix father for contributions to cruise vessel security and safety. (OJP Newsroom)

April 7, 2017: Justice Department honors Puerto Rican organization for mobile crime reduction app. (OJP Newsroom)

April 7, 2017: Justice Department honors Tennessee police veteran for service to victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. (OJP Newsroom)

April 7, 2017: Acting Assistant Attorney General Alan R. Hanson for the Office of Justice Programs Delivers Remarks at the National Crime Victims' Service Awards Ceremony. (U.S. Department of Justice Briefing Room)

April 7, 2017: Justice Department Honors Contributions to Crime Victims' Rights and Services. (U.S. Department of Justice Briefing Room)

April 6, 2017: Department of Justice Compensates Victims of State Sponsored Terrorism. (U.S. Department of Justice Briefing Room)

April 5, 2017: National Crime Victims’ Rights Week, Statement from Senator Chuck Grassley of Iowa. (From the Congressional Record Online through the Government Publishing Office)

March 31, 2017: President Donald J. Trump Proclaims April 2017 as National Child Abuse Prevention Month. (White House Briefing Room)

March 31, 2017: President Donald J. Trump Proclaims April 2017 as National Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month. (White House Briefing Room)

March 29, 2017: The National Institute of Justice Examines Multi-Agency Coordination in Testing Sexual Assault Kits. (OJP Newsroom)

March 21, 2017: Statement by Attorney General Sessions on Fatal Officer Shooting in Louisiana. (U.S. Department of Justice Briefing Room)

March 14, 2017: Office for Victims of Crime Awards Almost $8.5 Million to Support Victims of Pulse Nightclub Shooting. (U.S. Department of Justice Briefing Room)

March 13, 2017: Statement by Attorney General Sessions on Fatal Officer Shooting in New Mexico. (U.S. Department of Justice Briefing Room)

February 8, 2017: National Institute of Justice examines findings of teen dating violence survey. (OJP Newsroom)

January 25, 2017: Executive Order: Enhancing Public Safety in the Interior of the United States. (White House Briefing Room)

January 12, 2017: National Institute of Justice releases video with sexual assault advocate. (OJP Newsroom)

January 9, 2017: Attorney General Loretta E. Lynch Announces the Justice Department’s National Strategy to Combat Human Trafficking. (U.S. Department of Justice Briefing Room)

January 9, 2017: Attorney General Loretta E. Lynch Delivers Remarks at Event Commemorating National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month. (U.S. Department of Justice Briefing Room)

January 9, 2017: Statement By Attorney General Loretta E. Lynch on Recent Fatal Shootings in Florida. (U.S. Department of Justice Briefing Room)

January 5, 2017: FACT SHEET: Final It’s On Us Summit and Report of the White House Task Force to Protect Students from Sexual Assault. (White House Briefing Room)

 

 

 

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