Bridging Research and Practice to Expand Our Reach

Each year, millions of people in the United States become victims of crime. According to the National Crime Victimization Survey of 1, 900 individuals {survivors, advocates, law enforcement officers, funders and others}, only 13% of victims report receiving victim services. Here, The National Resource for reaching victims shares their key findings from this assessment and discuss implications for the field.

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Bridging Research and Practice to Expand Our Reach_14_(03.21.19)

Published on:
March 21, 2019
Resource Type:
Communities of Focus:
Boys and Men of Color, Children and youth, Deaf people, Girls and Women of Color, Immigrants and/or Individuals with Limited English Proficiency, Individuals with incarceration histories, LGBTQ, Older adults, Other, People with disabilities
Intended Audience:
Advocates, Other, VOCA Administrators