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2018 Crime Victim Law Conference

Each year NCVLI accepts nominations for Outstanding Achievement Awards in three categories: Legal Advocacy, Gail Burns-Smith Excellence in Victims’ Services, and Victims’ Rights Partnership. 

Outstanding Achievement Awards


Click here to nominate a person or organization for an Outstanding Achievement Award to be presented at the 2018 Crime Victim Law Conference.

Past Recipients

Legal Advocacy Award

2016 - Mariam El-menshawi
2015 - Network for Victim Recovery of DC
2014 - Amy Terrible
2013 – Russell Butler
2012 – Erin Olson
2011 – Steve Kelly
2010 – Heidi Nestel
2009 – Crime Victims Legal Assistance Project
2008 – Steven J. Twist
2007 – Jamie Mills
2006 – Cynthia Hora
2005 - Paul Cassell
2004 – Richard D. Pompelio
2003 - Jay Howell & Cynthia Lee Carter
2002 – Lyn Schollett
2001 – Wendy Murphy 

 

Gail Burns-Smith Excellence in Victim Services Award

2017 - Scott Flor
2016 - Valenda Applegarth
2015 - Johanna Costa
2014 – Catherine Harper Lee
2013 – Chanpone Sinlapasai
2012 – Jennifer Storm
2011- Anne Seymour
2010 – Steve Doell
2009 – Steve Derene
2008 – Roberta Roper
2007 – John Stein
2006 – Diane Moyer
2005 – Kathy Skaggs
2004 – Gail Burns-Smith 

 

Victims’ Rights Partnership Award

2017 - New Hampshire Coalition Against Domestic & Sexual Violence, Cyrus ‘Rus’ Rilee, Claudia J. Bayliff
2016 - Dr. Jerry Yager
2015 - Detective Carrie Hull
2014 - Courthouse Dogs Foundation
2013 - Coalition to Abolish Slavery and Trafficking (CAST)
2012 - Rocky Mountain Victim Law Center & Denver District Attorney’s Office
2011- Alaska Office of Victims’ Rights
2010 - Victim Witness Section of the United States Attorney’s Office, Eastern District of Arizona
2009 - Mónica Ramírez
2008 - Multnomah County District Attorney’s Office, James McIntyre, & Russ Rato
2007 - Attorney General Hardy Myers
2006 - Grant County Prosecutor’s Office & Dano, Gilbert & Ahrend P.L.L.C.