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Program Information Sheet for:
National Center for Victims of Crime

National Center for Victims of Crime
2000 M Street
NW Suit 480
*Unknown*, DC 20036
Mailing Address:
National Center for Victims of Crime
2000 M Street
NW Suit 480
Washington, DC 20036

Telephone Numbers and Contact information
Phone #:(800) FYI-CALL Hotline
Phone #:(800) 211-7996 TTY
Phone #:(202) 467-8700 Business
Phone #:
Phone #:
Fax Number:(202) 467-8701

Web Page:
E-mail to:

Program Details:
Operating Agency: National Center for Victims of Crime (Public, Non-Profit)
Person In Charge: :
Hours: Hotline 24 Hours
Fees: Free
Intake Process: Call
Program Licenses:
Staff Qualifications:
Service Area: Nationwide
Handicap Accessibility:

Program/Service Notes:
If you are a victim of crime We can help to... -Understand more about the impact of crime -make a safety plan -learn your legal rights and options -connect with local victim service providers -pursue lawsuits against offenders -access victim compensation -find services throughout the community Website offers VictimLaw database with more than 150,000 entries including: victims' rights statures (state and federal), tribal laws, constitutional amendments, court rules and administrative code provisions. Future additions to this database will include state attorney general opinions and summaries of court decisions related to victims' rights.

This information was last updated on 02/08/2011

This information is provided "as is" with no guarantee as to the accuracy of the information. Information is considered to be accurate as of the recorded on the website. Center for Women and Community may not be held liable for misuse of this information. Inclusion of information does not signify endorsement of services provided.


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