Three Rural Locations Will Help Increase Legal Services To Crime Victims
September 19, 2018
After a competitive national selection process, the National Crime Victim Law Institute (NCVLI), with funding from the federal Office of Victims of Crime, has announced the three rural locations that will leverage innovative, technological approaches to increase legal services to crime victims. Located in Arizona, Montana and South Carolina, it is anticipated that the sites will begin serving victims under their Projects in the fall of 2019. Click here to read the press release. Stay up to date on their progress by visiting the Project webpage.