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CalVCB’s NCVRW 2018 Resource Kit

Victim Resources

If you are a victim and you need help now, apply for victim compensation.

To learn more about help and additional resources for victims of violent crime, please visit CalVCB’s Resource page.

CalVCB Infographic

Colorful text (below) and icons arranged on a grid with the CalVCB logo.
CalVCB Infographic

(30″ × 36.77″ | 1.25 MB | pdf)
Poster text: How the California Victim Compensation Board Helped Crime Victims in 2017: $18.9 million for counseling. $3.2 million to victims of vehicle crimes. $12.4 million for child victims. $4.2 million for relocation. Assisted 52,000 claimants in 17 different languages: Arabic, Armenian, Cantonese, Farsi, French, Hmong, Japanese, Khmer, Korean, Laotian, Mandarin, Punjabi, Russian, Spanish, Tagalog, Vietnamese. Financial resources are available. victims.ca.gov. 1-800-777-9229.

CalVCB infographic Also available in Spanish →

Radio Public Service Announcements

Help promote sexual assault awareness with our downloadable radio PSAs.

Male Voice (15 seconds)

Male Voice (30 seconds)

Female Voice (15 seconds)

Female Voice (30 seconds)

Social Media Posts Twitter icon Facebook icon

Use our sample posts below to jumpstart your social media! Each post can be used as a Tweet or can easily be expanded into a Facebook post.

Do you know your rights if you become the victim of a crime? Learn about Marsy’s Law at http://victims.ca.gov/victimsrights.aspx. #NCVRW2018

Victims have the right “to be treated with fairness and respect.” Learn about your rights under Marsy’s Law at http://victims.ca.gov/victimsrights.aspx. #NCVRW2018

Victims have the right to be protected from their offenders. Learn about your rights under Marsy’s Law at http://victims.ca.gov/victimsrights.aspx. #NCVRW2018

Marsy’s Law says victims’ safety must be considered when setting an offender’s bail. Learn about your rights at http://victims.ca.gov/victims/rights.aspx. #NCVRW2018

Under Marsy’s Law, victims’ confidential information must be kept safe. Learn about your rights at http://victims.ca.gov/victimsrights.aspx. #NCVRW2018

Victims have a right to a swift trial. Learn about your rights under Marsy’s Law at http://victims.ca.gov/victimsrights.aspx. #NCVRW2018

Victims have a right to be repaid for crime-related costs. Learn about your rights under Marsy’s Law at http://victims.ca.gov/victimsrights.aspx. #NCVRW2018

Victims have a right to know when their offender is released. Learn about your rights under Marsy’s Law at http://victims.ca.gov/victimsrights.aspx. #NCVRW2018

Under Marsy’s Law, victims’ safety must be considered before paroling an offender. Learn about your rights at http://victims.ca.gov/victims/rights.aspx. #NCVRW2018

If you are the victim of a crime, you have the right to restitution. Learn more at http://victims.ca.gov/restitution/victim.aspx. #NCVRW2018

Share Your Story

Your story of survival can inspire others who have been affected by violence and help spread awareness to preserve and expand the rights of crime victims. To share your story, please contact CalVCB Public Affairs at publicaffairs@victims.ca.gov or through social media.

Need a Speaker for Your Event?

CalVCB staff may be available to speak at your events. Contact CalVCB Public Affairs at publicaffairs@victims.ca.gov or through social media.