Justice Department Announces $3.4 Bil...

Justice Department Announces $3.4 Billion in Grants to Aid Crime Victims Nationwide

The Department of Justice today announced awards totaling more than $3.4 billion to fund thousands of local victim assistance programs across the country and to help compensate victims in every state for crime-related losses. Distributed through two grant programs administered by the Office for Victims of Crime , a component of the Department's Office of Justice Programs, the awards surpass every other single-year grant amount in the program's 34-year history.

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