National Crime Victimization Survey (NCVS)
Who Experiences Violent Victimization and Who Accesses Services? Findings From the National Crime Victimization Survey for Expanding Our Reach
- Deadline approaching: Submit your nomination for the Public Safety Officer Medal of Valor by July 31 | BJA
- Feedback sought from tribes on how to increase access to funding, improve coordination, and more – view the
- Apply to join DOJ's National Public Safety Partnership and learn how to address violent crime in your jurisdiction – letters of interest are due by April 11, 2019 | BJA
- Comments sought on the
- Call for presentations: Submit ideas by April 29 for NIJ research to be presented at the International Association of Crime Analysts 2019 Conference | NIJ
- Comments sought on proposed new data collections and updates to others, including:
- Closing Today: This is the last chance to nominate your federal, state, local, and tribal officers for the 2018 Badge of Bravery | BJA
- Comments sought by April 5 on two proposed new data collections:
The Hate Crime Special Feature provides access to federal and federally-funded publications and online resources related to the prevention of and response to hate crime activity.
The Family Violence Special Feature provides access to federal and federally-funded publications and online resources related to family violence and the prevention of such violence.
This Special Feature captures topical information and resources produced or sponsored by federal agencies.
Learn about forms of elder abuse, what is being done to prevent and respond to cases, and discover help that is available to victims.
April is National Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month, a time to renew our commitment to help victims of this violent and vicious crime. The Office of Justice Programs works year-round to expand and improve services available to those who have suffered the deep trauma of a sexual assault.