Compensation for Georgia Crime Victims

The Crime Victims Compensation Program (CVCP) was established for two primary purposes, to assist victims with debt incurred as a result of violent crime, and to encourage victims to participate in the criminal justice system. Eligible program applicants can receive compensation for up to $25,000. View PDF to learn more.

Crime Victims Adovacy Council Brochure 

CVAC was organized in July 1989 under the guidance of an urban ministry program of the United Methodist Church, to respond to the unmet needs of crime victims in our society. CVAC was incorporated as a nonprofit corporation. View PDF to learn more.

CVAC Scholarships

CVAC offers scholarships to qualified, degree-seeking students. These one-year scholarships are offered in the amount of $2,000.00 and will be based upon merit, need, and the availability of funds.  View PDF to learn more.

Crime Victims’ Bill of Rights

Crime Victims bill of rights (CVBOR) analysis – a Georgia State University Law School article (Georgia State University Law Review: Vol. 27: Iss. 1, Article 2). View PDF to learn more.

Crime Victims’ Bill of Rights Amended 

Crime Victims Bill of Rights for Georgia (CVBOR) signed by the Governor May 20, 2010. View PDF to learn more.

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