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National Coalition of Anti-Violence Programs

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National Crime Victim Bar Association

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The National Crime Victim Bar Association is an affiliate and program of the National Center for Victims of Crime. We are the nation’s first professional association of attorneys and expert witnesses dedicated to helping victims seek justice through the civil system. The National Crime Victim Bar Association continues the pioneering work of Frank Carrington and is a testament to the National Center for Victims of Crime’s long-standing commitment to civil justice for victims.

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National Crime Victim Law Institute

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National Criminal Justice Reference Service

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National District Attorneys Association (NDAA)

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National Elder Fraud Hotline

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National Evaluation of the Legal Assistance for Victims Program

Article or Report | February 1, 2005
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National Family Justice Center Alliance

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National Forensic DNA Study Report, Final Report

Article or Report | February 1, 2004
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National Institute of Justice

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National Institute of Justice Visiting Fellowship: Police Investigation of Rape—Roadblocks and Solutions

Article or Report | December 1, 2010
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National Intimate Partner and Sexual Violence Survey: 2010 Findings on Victimization by Sexual Orientation

Article or Report | January 1, 2013
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This report presents information based on respondents’ self-reported sexual orientation and their lifetime victimization experiences of sexual violence, stalking, and violence by an intimate partner. The findings in this report are for 2010, the first year of NISVS data collection, and are based on complete interviews.

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National Intimate Partner and Sexual Violence Survey: 2010 Summary Report

Article or Report | November 1, 2011
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National Intimate Partner and Sexual Violence Survey: Intimate Partner Violence in the United States – 2010

Article or Report | January 1, 2014
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This report provides findings from the 2010 data collection pertaining to intimate partner violence. These findings are based on complete interviews from the NISVS survey. Complete interviews were obtained from 16,507 adults (9,086 women and 7,421 men) in 2010.

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National Judicial Education Program

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National Network to End Domestic Violence

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National PREA Resource Center

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National Resource Center on Domestic Violence

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National Sexual Assault Coalition Resource Sharing Project

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National Sexual Assault Response Team Survey Report

Article or Report | January 1, 2009
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This report summarizes the information gathered by the National Sexual Violence Resource Center (NSVRC) via a web-based survey regarding how local, state, territory and tribal communities have developed Sexual Assault Response Teams (SARTs). The survey is a follow-up to the national needs assessment conducted in 2005 by NSVRC. The information from the current survey will help NSVRC obtain an updated picture of SARTs nationwide.

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National Sexual Assault Response Team Survey Report

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National Sexual Assault Response Team Toolkit

Tools & Templates | January 1, 2018
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SARTs, or sexual assault response teams, help victims through the maze. The SART Toolkit is a resource both for communities considering a SART response and communities that already have a coordinated response but want to make it better. Use it. Share it. Make it your own.

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National Sexual Violence Resource Center

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National Standards to Prevent, Detect, and Respond to Prison Rape

Protocol | May 16, 2012
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The Department of Justice (Department) is issuing a final rule adopting national standards to prevent, detect, and respond to prison rape, pursuant to the Prison Rape Elimination Act of 2003 (PREA).

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National Training Standards for Sexual Assault Medical Forensic Examiners

Protocol | August 1, 2018
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This second edition of the National Training Standards for Sexual Assault Medical Forensic Examiners (Revised Training Standards) offers a framework for the specialized education of healthcare providers who wish to practice as sexual assault medical forensic examiners.

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National Violence Against Women Prevention Research Center

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Navigating Notification: A Guide to Re-engaging Sexual Assault Survivors Affected by the Untested Rape Kit Backlog

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NCADV Address Confidentiality Programs

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Nebraska Domestic Violence/Sexual Assault Coalition

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Nebraska Medical Sexual Assault Protocol

Protocol | July 1, 2019
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The intent of the Nebraska Medical Sexual Assault Protocol is to assist medical providers statewide with best practice standards around the medical forensic examinations. In addition to full law enforcement reporting, the protocol outlines procedures for a Partial Report with Evidence Collection (where evidence from the medical forensic exam is submitted to the laboratory for DNA testing, and any foreign DNA profiles potentially uploaded into CODIS) and Anonymous Reporting (where evidence is stored by law enforcement for 20 years, and no testing/investigation conducted unless the victim converts to full participating by contacting the agency).

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