NCVC Has a New Logo!

The National Center is growing, so we created a new logo to better represent us. The circular nature symbolizes security and compassion, and the green and blue colors evoke stability, confidence, trust, and calmness.
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Register Today for the 2019 National Training Institute!

The 2019 National Training Institute in Denver, Colorado is quickly approaching! Sign up today for three full days of victim-centered, policy-based, and research-informed sessions.
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Check out our Project Safe Neighborhoods Program!

The National Center for Victims of Crime serves as a training and technical assistance provider for the DOJ's Project Safe Neighborhoods program, which aims to reduce violent crime nationwide.
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The Compassion Fund Opens for the Victims of the Aurora/Pratt Shooting

The National Compassion Fund has opened the National Compassion Fund Aurora/Pratt to support the families of those killed, injured, or harmed psychologically during the terrible shooting at the Henry Pratt facility in Aurora, Illinois.
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The National Center for Victims of Crime

The leading resource and advocacy organization for crime victims and those who serve them since 1985, our mission is to forge a national commitment to help victims of crime rebuild their lives.
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If you are a victim of crime and need information or referrals, the VictimConnect Resource Center is here to help.
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  • National Compassion Fund

    The National Compassion Fund provides a single, trusted way for the public to donate directly to victims of mass casualty crimes. 100% of donations go directly to victims.

    We are currently raising funds for the victims of the Fifth Third Bank and Jacksonville shootings.

    Donate now.

  • Become a Member

    Join the nation's leading resource and advocacy organization for crime victims and those who serve them. Receive training discounts, policy updates, and more!

    Become a member.

  • Help for Crime Victims

    Find local assistance, learn about crime and its effects, and browse resources to help victims rebuild their lives.

    Get help for victims.

  • Support Our Work

    Individual donations go a long way in ensuring services provided to victims and those who work with victims continue uninterrupted.

    See how you can help.

VictimConnect, a program of the National Center, offers confidential referrals for crime victims. Call 855-4-VICTIM or visit