Victim of Crime Interviews: VOCA - Victim of Crime Act Celebrates 30 Years in Vermont

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Program celebrating the 30th Anniversary of the Victim of Crime's Act. Shown during Crime Victims' Rights Week featuring pioneers in Vermont's protection of crime victims.

This project is supported by a National Crime Victims' Rights Week Community Awareness Project subgrant awarded by the National Association of VOCA Assistance Administrators under a Victims of Crime Act (VOCA) grant from the Office for Victims of Crime, Office of Justice Programs, U. S. Department of Justice.

For more information: Vermont Center for Crime Victim Services 1-802-241-1250

Interviewees include: Brenda Pitmon, SafeSpace; Bobbi Gagne, SACT; Judy Rex, VCCVS; Cathleen Wilson, HopeWorks; Susan Carr SAVA; Judge Karen Bradley; Keri Darling, DVAS; Joel Page, Lamoille County State’s Attorney.

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