Crime Victims Rights’ Week Celebration April 24, 2020

Crime Victims Rights’ Week Celebration April 24, 2020

Join us April 24, 2020 the Vermont Center for Crime Victim Services will host its Annual Crime Victims' Rights Week Service Awards Ceremony. The theme this year is “Seek Justice, Ensure Victims’ Rights, Inspire Hope” Join us celebrating the countless people and programs that have, through vision, action, dedication and leadership, improved the lives of victims in the aftermath of crime. Read More
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South Burlington Speaks Out For Domestic Violence Survivors

South Burlington Speaks Out For Domestic Violence Survivors

SOUTH BURLINGTON, Vt. – Elected officials, law enforcement and local organizations are coming together to highlight the resources available for domestic violence survivors in Vermont. On Wednesday night, a community forum at Frederick H. Tuttle Middle School featured a panel discussion on domestic violence. South Burlington, like many Vermont municipalities, has seen tragedy related to domestic violence in recent years. Read More
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Burlington’s Parallel Justice for Victims of Crime Publishes Implementation Guide to Replicate Program Nationwide

Burlington’s Parallel Justice for Victims of Crime Publishes Implementation Guide to Replicate Program Nationwide

Burlington’s Parallel Justice Program, the Burlington Community Justice Center, and the Vermont Center for Crime Victim Services are proud to announce the release of the Parallel Justice Implementation Guide, “Building Parallel Justice: A Guide from Burlington, Vermont.” The Guide, the first of its kind in the nation, provides a model for replicating and implementing a Parallel Justice-style program for victims of crime in other communities across the nation. Read More
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