Podcast

National Center Podcast

FEBRUARY 17, 2021

 

Renee Williams Interview – Part 2‬ Real Crime Profile

This week we sit down with  Renee Williams who is Executive Director of the National Center for the Victims of Crime in Washington D.C.. She explains how the center was founded by victims of crime and the difficulties in getting victims the help they need and deserve.

FEBRUARY 17, 2021

 

Renee Williams Interview – Part ‪1‬ Real Crime Profile

This week we sit down with  Renee Williams who is Executive Director of the National Center for the Victims of Crime in Washington D.C.. She explains how the center was founded by victims of crime and the difficulties in getting victims the help they need and deserve.

JAN 13, 2021

Panel Discussion on Police Abuse and Harassment

This episode discusses police abuse and harassment from a victim-centered perspective. Our executive director, Renee Williams, hosts a panel discussion with relevant experts and advocates. Each guest provides their own unique, specialized insight on how resources and services can be improved for victims of police abuse, drawn from their professional and personal experiences.

November 2, 2019

Tribal Resource Tool with Gayle Thom and
Renee Bourque

In this episode Mai Fernandez, executive director for the National Center for Victims of Crime, speaks with Gayle Thom and Renee Bourque about their work on the Tribal Resource Tool (tribalresourcetool.org), a searchable directory of all services available for AI/AN survivors of crime and abuse in Indian Country.

OCT 6, 2019

Responding to Mass Casualty Crimes with Paige Allmendinger

In this episode Mai Fernandez, executive director for the National Center for Victims of Crime, speaks with Paige Allmendinger about her work on a pilot program developing a plan for mass casualty events in the Bay Area, which has since been replicated across California.