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Office for Victims of Crime

The Office for Victims of Crime (OVC) is a government agency within the U.S. Department of Justice that provides resources and support to victims of crime, as well as to organizations and professionals working in the field of victim services. The OVCs mission is to enhance the quality and availability of services for victims of crime and to promote their rights and interests. The organization offers a variety of services and resources, including funding for victim services, training and technical assistance for victim service providers, and research and evaluation on issues related to victims of crime. Additionally, the OVC provides information and resources to the public on topics related to victim services and support. Overall, the OVC is an important resource for victims of crime and those working in the field of victim services, providing support and advocacy to help promote justice and healing for victims.

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