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NCVLI fights for victims through legal advocacy, training and education, and public policy.
NCVLI has joined a coalition of 186 organizations asking the US Department of Justice to issue guidance on gender-biased policing of sexual assault and domestic violence cases. Click here to learn more.
The most recent edition of the Crime Victim Law Update - the 2014 Year in Review - is a series of three Updates. Click here to learn more.
NCVLI’s annual Crime Victim Law Conference provides the opportunity to pause and acknowledge the amazing work of the heroes and heroines of the victims’ rights movement. These are the people who help victims move toward survivorship and who inspire the rest of us to continue fighting for justice each day. Please join NCVLI as we honor these amazing people.
January 27th, 2016
March 22nd, 2016
2016 EVAWI Conference
NCVLI’s Executive Director Meg Garvin will present at the 2016 EVAWI Conference.
NCVLI in the News
Intern Spotlight: Tegan Waring is one of NCVLI’s Summer Interns and will start her junior year at Smith College this fall.
Johanna Costa is the Director of Victim Services at the Washington County District Attorney’s Office in Hillsboro, Oregon, where she leads a team of 20 staff and volunteer advocates in supporting victims of all types of crime. NCVLI is pleased to present Johanna with the 2015 Gail Burns-Smith Excellence in Victim Services Award.
Carrie Hull, a Detective with the Ashland Police Department and Director of the You Have Options Program, has facilitated a victim-centered and offender-focused approach to sexual violence at the Department that has resulted in a significant increase in both the number of reported sexual assaults and victim satisfaction with law enforcement. NCVLI is proud to present Carrie with the 2015 Victims’ Rights Partnership Award.