Event Spotlight

NAVRA is a project of NCVLI.  Explore NAVRA and other NCVLI events that promote balance and fairness in the justice system through crime victim centered legal advocacy, education, and resource sharing. 

New Training Available in the Trainings Database

On February 15th, NCVLI and the National Alliance of Victims’ Rights Attorneys (NAVRA) launched the 2012 Training Series with the webinar presentation “Protecting Victims from Re-Victimization: Securing Testimonial Accommodations.”  The webinar drew 44 participants - 13 were attorneys and 27 were advocates or social workers.

Read the Latest Crime Victim Law Update

Read the latest Crime Victim Law Update, NCVLI’s quarterly publication summarizing recent court decisions affecting victims’ rights in state and federal courts nationwide.  Click here to read.  To access additional publications, visit NCVLI's Victim Law Library.

Preventing Re-Victimization

All too often victims of crime report that enduring the criminal justice system is itself a type of victimization - a secondary or re-victimization.  Factors that impact how victims experience the system include how they are treated during the process, and the amount of control and participatory access that they have. NCVLI fights daily to protect victims’ rights, in large part, to prevent re-victimization.

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Join a growing professional association dedicated to the protection, enforcement, and advancement of crime victims' rights in all justice systems. Members can access NAVRA's benefits, provide pro bono representation to crime victims, refer cases for pro bono representation, stay up-to-date on relevant case law, and more!