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The greatest concentration of crime victims is in our jails and prisons. We should not ignore their trauma because they subsequently committed crimes; it is all the more important to understand their issue...
Amos Irwin
05/19/2016
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Thank you for participating in OVC's Web Forum Guest Host Series. We hope this discussion will help you better serve crime victims. Please continue to discuss this and other topics with your colleagues on ...
OVCRC
01/28/2016
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How do you engage young women of color who are victims of sexual assault?
Jimmy
01/28/2016
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Bernard
01/28/2016
arrow icon This is a topic that needs to be handled with people with sp...
Barry McCrary
01/28/2016
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Do you have any successful program models for use on campuses that you can share?
jane
01/28/2016
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Barry McCrary
01/28/2016
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Bernard
01/28/2016
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This question is for Reverend Keels: What efforts have you and your colleagues in the faith community undertaken that have proven to be successful in serving victims?
Jimmy
01/28/2016
arrow icon I know this question is for Pastor Keels, however I have som...
Barry McCrary
01/28/2016
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Bernard
01/28/2016
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I would like to know of any curriculums to engage Young Men of Color.
Barbara Ellis
01/28/2016
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Bernard
01/28/2016
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Barry McCrary
01/28/2016
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Victims with developmental disabilities might be considered "nontraditional." Might you provide information on new ways of thinking about how programs can meet the challenges of supporting victi...
Jean Solis
01/28/2016
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Bernard
01/28/2016
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Barry McCrary
01/28/2016
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There are a lot of non-traditional victims of impaired driving crashes that we reach out to but have a hard time getting them to come to us for services. I know some cultures tend to look inside their circ...
Dawn Bevan
01/28/2016
arrow icon Thank you, Barry. I work for MADD.
Dawn Bevan
01/28/2016
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Bernard
01/28/2016
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Barry McCrary
01/28/2016
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The Office for Victims of Crime (OVC) is pleased to welcome Bernard Keels and Barry McCrary to the OVC Web Forum. They will be available to answer your questions on best practices for Challenges and Opport...
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