The FLETC Victim-Witness Program is designed to serve as a resource for federal law enforcement officers who assist victims of crime. Our web page will provide guidance to federal agencies developing programs, list available training and offer useful resources.
State and National links, current policy issues, and online bulletins with statistics and information.
Various articles on several victim topics related to Domestic Violence, listing of federal laws, regulations, research and statistics. Also includes state listings of Domestic Violence agencies. National Domestic Violence Hotline: 1(800) 799-SAFE
Links to Office for Victims of Crime (OVC) Bulletins, articles, and information on several categories of victimization. Research material on all criminal justice topics is also available.
Includes DoD Victim/Witness Assistance Manual, DoD Forms for Victims, and national links to Victim/Witness Assistance Programs.
Teaching facility which provides specialized clinical service to adult and child victims of violent crime. Includes Victim Reaction handout in both English and Spanish.
Includes information for service providers, rights of victims, and training opportunities for Crisis Response Training. Hotline: 1(800) TRY-NOVA
Spearheads the national efforts to locate and recover missing children. Website provides lists of resources that help keep children safe.
Official site of the International Criminal Police Organization
From the Victim Assistance on-line Virtual Library, an International listing of conferences concerning victim assistance.
National Center for Victims of Crime Training Institute: Training on a variety of victims related issues.
If you would like your Training Opportunities to be listed, please e-mail. To post on the Victim-Witness program's web page, an agenda and the sponsoring agency must be provided.
Listed below are links to resources that may assist you:
Offers support and critical incident stress management for Student, Staff, Contractor, and Families of the FLETC. This site offers phone numbers and email links for assistance.
Assistance to Emergency Workers and families following a Critical Incident.
Information about emotional trauma, including PTSD and disaster mental health. There are many links here relating specifically to CISD/CISM, and to PTSD in police, fire, emergency workers, disaster mental health.
Provides resources to assist in the rebuilding of the lives of surviving families of law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty.