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OVC videos are designed to inform and assist victim service providers and allied professionals in their efforts to help crime victims. Find video previews and details on OVC videos available for ordering, by topic/category on this page:

Full versions of select videos can also be viewed on OVC’s Web site and YouTube Channel. To explore additional materials, consult the general list of all OVC Products.

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Child & Youth Victimization

A Circle of Healing for Native Children Endangered by Drugs (December 2014)
A Circle of Healing for Native Children Endangered by Drugs

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Running Time: 11:43

This seven-part video series offers examples of successful programs and practices used to help drug-endangered Native youth heal from trauma. A companion resource guide accompanies this product.

Detailed Description
This video series features programs and practices that integrate Native stories and cultural traditions to help children, families, and communities in Indian Country to heal from substance abuse-related trauma.

Tribal leaders, service providers, and survivors share testimonials and practices to inform, guide, and inspire tribal communities as they work to help traumatized children on their path to healing.

Order # NCJ 248443
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Through Our Eyes: Children, Violence, and Trauma (Last Updated April 2014)
Through Our Eyes II: Children, Violence, and Trauma. Videos and Resources. Watch the Videos.
Watch the full videos online. (closed caption versions available)

This video series addresses the needs of children exposed to crime, abuse, and violence. A companion resource guide accompanies each video.

Detailed Description
This resource features a public awareness video, a call to action video, and six topic-specific videos—Treatments That Work, The Child Advocacy Center Model, and Community-Based Approaches, Interventions in Schools, Innovations in Juvenile Justice, and Addressing Violence in the Home. Together, these videos—along with accompanying resource guides and public awareness posters—reinforce four key messages:
  • Children’s exposure to violence and victimization is significant.
  • These experiences can leave lasting effects.
  • There are effective ways to protect children and alleviate the harm of exposure.
  • Everyone has a role.

Order the DVD NCJ 239938 (The DVD contains all eight videos. The companion resource guides are only available online and are not included with the DVD)

Conference Videos

14th National Indian Nations Conference: Video Clips of Keynote Address by
FBI Director James Comey (December 2014)
Photo of FBI Director James Comey's Speech at the 14th National Indian Nations Conference.

The 14th National Indian Nations Conference was held on December 11-13, 2014, in Palm Springs, California, on the Agua Caliente Reservation.

This video clip highlights FBI Director James Comey's Speech at the 14th National Indian Nations Conference.

Further details about this event can be found in OVC's Public Awareness Events page. This video clip and full length video are not available for ordering from OVC.


12th National Indian Nations Conference: Video Clips of Keynote Address by
Attorney General Eric H. Holder, Jr. (December 2010)
Photo of U.S. Attorney General Eric H. Holder, Jr. at the 12th National Indian Nations conference. The 12th National Indian Nations Conference was held on December 9-11, 2010, in Palm Springs, California, on the Agua Caliente Reservation. Further details about this event can be found in OVC’s Public Awareness Events section and in the Event Photo Gallery.

These video clips are selected highlights of the Attorney General Eric Holder’s Speech at the 12th National Indian Nations Conference.

The video clips and full length video are not available for ordering from OVC.

You may want to visit the Indian Nations Conference Web site, which may offer additional video coverage as well as conference materials.

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12th National Indian Nations Conference: Video Clips of Larry Echo Hawk
Addressing the Conference (December 2010)
Photo of Larry Echo Hawk at the 12th National Indian Nations conference. The 12th National Indian Nations Conference was held on December 9-11, 2010, in Palm Springs, California, on the Agua Caliente Reservation. Further details about this event can be found in OVC’s Public Awareness Events section and in the Event Photo Gallery.

These video clips are selected highlights of the closing keynote address delivered on December 11 by Larry Echo Hawk, Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs, U.S. Department of the Interior.

The video clips and full length video are not available for ordering from OVC.

You may want to visit the Indian Nations Conference Web site, which may offer additional video coverage as well as conference materials.

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Domestic Violence

Using Federal Law To Prosecute Domestic Violence Crimes in Indian Country (October 2012)
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Running Time: 01:34
How can federal, state, local, and tribal criminal justice and social service professionals use federal law more effectively to combat the escalating pattern of domestic violence in Indian Country?
Detailed Description
This DVD and companion facilitator’s guide (PDF 825 kb) provide guidance on how to successfully prosecute in federal court domestic violence offenders who commit crimes in Indian Country. The video incorporates case studies of actual prosecutions, while the guide provides an overview of relevant legal principles and key points for discussion. The materials also discuss circumstances common in tribal domestic violence prosecutions, such as offender recidivism, recanting victims, safety planning, and federal and tribal criminal justice and social service professionals working collaboratively to ensure victims’ safety and community justice.

Order # NCJ 238639
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Elder Abuse

Responding to Elder Abuse: What Community Corrections Should Know (August 2010)
What Community Corrections Should Know (August 2010)
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Running Time: 01:15
What should community corrections professionals know about elder abuse, neglect, or exploitation of older individuals they may encounter in their work with offenders?
Detailed Description
This 17-minute video (NCJ 223414) is one of a series of three DVDs on elder abuse created for specific audiences. The video provides community corrections professionals with the information they need to help identify and respond to elder abuse, neglect, or exploitation they may encounter in their work with offenders. It includes basic information about what to consider when placing offenders in residential situations, communicating effectively with older victims, following mandatory reporting laws, and working collaboratively with other organizations.

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Responding to Elder Abuse: What Judges and Court Personnel Should Know (August 2010)
Responding  to Elder Abuse: What Judges and Court Personnel Should Know (August 2010)
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Running Time: 01:08
What do judges and court personnel need to know about the special requirements of older abuse victims in the judicial system?
Detailed Description
This 14-minute video (NCJ 223415) is one of a series of three DVDs on elder abuse created for specific audiences. The video highlights critical issues for judges and court personnel to consider when they encounter abused, neglected, and exploited older persons participating in the judicial system. The video illustrates what judges may face in these situations, offers recommendations focused on the special needs of older abuse victims, and highlights examples of successful court-based elder abuse initiatives.

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Responding to Elder Abuse: What Law Enforcement Should Know (August 2010)
Responding  to Elder Abuse: What Law Enforcement Should Know (August 2010)
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Running Time: 01:22
What should law enforcement officers know about elder abuse, neglect, and exploitation of older individuals?
Detailed Description
This 15-minute video (NCJ 223413) is one of a series of three DVDs on elder abuse created for specific audiences. The video describes what law enforcement officers can do when they encounter elder abuse, neglect, or exploitation in residences, nursing homes, or other long-term care facilities. It includes basic information about locating appropriate referral resources for intervention and support for the older abuse victim, following mandatory reporting laws, and working collaboratively with other organizations.

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In Their Own Words: Domestic Abuse in Later Life (August 2010)
What do victim services providers and other professionals need to know about the dynamics of domestic abuse in later life, the barriers these victims have to overcome, and the justifications that abusers use to excuse such abuse?
Detailed Description
This two-DVD package and training guide (NCJ 227928) uses the voices of older victims to facilitate a dialog among a range of professionals about the dynamics of abuse, the barriers these victims have to overcome to live free from abuse, and interventions and potential collaborations that may be effective in such cases. In addition to individual segments with victims, family members, victim service providers, and allied professionals, the DVDs include several topical segments and a montage of victim and advocate voices designed for use by policymakers. It also includes an interactive role play between a parish nurse and an adult daughter caring for her father intended to help professionals recognize justifications for elder mistreatment. A trainer’s guide (PDF 1.4 mb), which accompanies these DVDs, provides background on the victims and discussion questions targeted at a variety of professional audiences.
In Their Own Words: Domestic Abuse in Later Life
Order # NCJ 227928
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I’m Having To Suffer for What He Did
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Faith-Based Response

Faith-Based Responses to Crime Victims (April 2008)
Faith-Based Responses to Crime Victims

Running Time: 01:23
Why is it important for the faith community and the victim services field to create successful partnerships?
Detailed Description
This 30-minute DVD (NCJ 216616) provides the faith community and the victim services field with examples of successful partnerships that are making a difference in victims’ lives throughout the Nation. These promising practices are intended to inspire the two communities to collaborate effectively to expand their victim service networks.

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First Response

First Response to Victims of Crime (April 2008)
First Response to Victims of Crime
Running Time: 01:29
Why is it important for law enforcement to meet the special needs of older victims, child victims, immigrants, victims with disabilities, and all other victims of crime?
Detailed Description
This educational multimedia package, produced by the National Sheriffs' Association, looks at the impact of crime on victims and describes steps that law enforcement can take, as first responders, to meet victims' needs. Among the types of victimizations covered are sexual assault, drunk driving, homicide, human trafficking, and mass casualties. The special needs of older victims, child victims, immigrants, and victims with disabilities are addressed as well. This 30-minute video is available as a DVD (NCJ 211619). A companion guidebook (PDF 1.89 mb) (NCJ 231171) is also available.

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Order # NCJ 231171 (Guidebook)
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Service, Support & Justice: Law Enforcement Response to Crime Victims (February 2012)
Service, Support & Justice: Law Enforcement Response to Crime Victims
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Running Time: 01:25
What are the benefits, challenges, methods, and responsibilities for placing a high priority on crime victims’ interests and meeting their needs, and for enhancing law enforcement agencies’ response to victims of crime across the Nation?
Detailed Description
With funding from and in collaboration with the Office for Victims of Crime (OVC), the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) has designed a national strategy that guides policies, procedures, and training in state, local, and tribal law enforcement agencies to substantially enhance the culture and practice of serving crime victims. This DVD presents the benefits, challenges, methods, and responsibilities for placing a high priority on crime victims’ interests and meeting their needs, and for enhancing law enforcement agencies’ response to victims of crime across the Nation.

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Victims with Disabilities: Collaborative, Multidisciplinary First Response (January 2011)
Victims with Disabilities: Collaborative, Multidisciplinary First Response
Running Time: 00:51
What techniques and guidelines should first responders use when called to the scene of a crime in which the victim has a cognitive or behavioral disability?
Detailed Description
This 72-minute training DVD (NCJ 231932), developed under the guidance of a national advisory board, demonstrates effective techniques for first responders who have been called to the scene of a crime in which the victim has a disability. It not only provides guidelines for interacting with adult and adolescent victims of crime who have communication and/or intellectual disabilities, but also helps law enforcement personnel gain a deeper understanding of the lives, personal attributes, and abilities of individuals with disabilities. A trainer’s guide (870 kb PDF) accompanies this video.

Order # NCJ 231932 (DVD and Guidebook)
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Human Trafficking

Faces of Human Trafficking Preview Video (April 2015)

Alcohol-Facilitated Sexual Assault in Indian Country: Services and Support for Victims video

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This 3-minute video is a preview of an 9-part video series that is designed to raise awareness of human trafficking. The series is intended to be used for outreach and education efforts of service providers, law enforcement, prosecutors, and others in the community. The series will include information about sex and labor trafficking, multidisciplinary approaches to serving victims of human trafficking, effective victim services, legal needs, and voices of survivors.

The complete compilation is scheduled for release in January 2016.

Running Time: 2:57



Responding to Victims of Human Trafficking–A Training Video for Victim Service Providers (April 2008)
Responding to Victims of Human Trafficking--A Training Video for Victim Service Providers
Running Time: 01:11
Why is it important for the victim services field to work in partnership with those who provide services to immigrants and with other allied practitioners to better serve victims of human trafficking?
Detailed Description
This 20-minute DVD (NCJ 232165), produced with the assistance of Safe Horizon, addresses the need for the victim services field to work in partnership with those who provide services to immigrants and with other allied practitioners to better serve victims of human trafficking. It was designed to help traditional victim service providers expand their skills and resources to meet the needs of trafficking victims. A component of this DVD is a guide that provides resources for information about what defines human trafficking and the response to this crime by the U.S. Government, the international community, and nongovernmental entities.

Order # NCJ 232165
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Serving Crime Victims

Gaining Insight, Taking Action: Basic Skills for Serving Victims (April 2011)
Gaining Insight, Taking Action: Basic Skills for Serving Victims
Companion Guide
This 55-minute DVD comprises three videos and guidebooks: Listen to My Story: Communicating With Victims of Crime, Meeting the Needs of Underserved Victims, and Substance Abuse and Victimization.
Detailed Description
This 55-minute DVD (NCJ 232780) is a valuable training tool for service providers, criminal and juvenile justice professionals, mental health providers, legal advocates, and other audiences who want to better understand how to communicate effectively with crime victims, the challenges faced by underserved victim populations, and the relationship between substance abuse and victimization. A discussion guide accompanies this DVD.

Order # NCJ 232780
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Listen to My Story: Communicating With Victims of Crime

How can victim service providers better understand the basics of communicating with victims who have suffered the trauma of crime victimization?
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Listen to My Story: Communicating With Victims of Crime
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Meeting the Needs of Underserved Victims

How can victim service providers improve their accessibility and response to victims from underserved populations?
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Meeting the Needs of Underserved Victims
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Substance Abuse and Victimization

How can victim service providers better understand the relationship between substance abuse and victimization?
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Sexual Assault

Alcohol-Facilitated Sexual Assault in Indian Country: Services and Support for Victims (April 2015)

Alcohol-Facilitated Sexual Assault in Indian Country: Services and Support for Victims video

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This 7-minute video is a brief introduction to Alcohol-Facilitated Sexual Assault in Indian Country, a series of videos developed by the Office on Violence Against Women and OVC that will address key topics to assist sexual assault response teams as they develop or enhance their collaborative responses to sexual assault where alcohol was a factor. This video brings awareness to the issue, highlights many key points, and addresses some common myths around this topic.

The final video compilation will include professionals and victims discussing trauma, information about the effects of alcohol on assault victims, victim-centered responses, and two cases studies.

The complete compilation is scheduled for release in 2016.

Running Time: 7:06

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Terrorism and Mass Violence

The International Terrorism Victim Expense Reimbursement Program (December 2014)
International Terrorism Victim Expense Reimbursement Program (ITVERP)

Video Transcript
Running Time: 2:36

This video provides an overview of the International Terrorism Victim Expense Reimbursement Program (ITVERP), as well as testimonials from victims and their families.

Detailed Description
OVC administers ITVERP, which is a federal program that reimburses eligible victims of acts of international terrorism that occur outside the United States for expenses incurred as a direct result of their victimization. This video provides an overview of the program and includes testimonials from victims of international terrorism and their families who have received ITVERP assistance.
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Victims With Disabilities

Two-in-One DVD—Serving Crime Victims With Disabilities (April 2007)
How can the justice system best reduce victim trauma and respond to the needs of victims with disabilities?
Detailed Description
This DVD (NCJ 213366) presents two popular award-winning videos, "Meet Us Where We Are" and "The Time Is Now," originally produced in December 2002 and no longer available in VHS form. "The Time Is Now" helps crime victim service providers reach out and serve people with disabilities. "Meet Us Where We Are," which presents first person accounts of how crime affects people with disabilities, educates disability service providers and people with disabilities about crime victims’ rights and resources.
Serving Crime Victims With Disabilities
Order # NCJ 213366
The Time Is Now Meet Us Where We Are
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Victims with Disabilities: The Forensic Interview—Techniques for Interviewing Victims with Communication and/or Cognitive Disabilities (January 2012)
Victims with Disabilities: The Forensic Interview-Techniques for Interviewing Victims with Communication and/or Cognitive Disabilities
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Running Time: 01:03
What are the guidelines for interviewing adults and children with communication and/or cognitive disabilities?
Detailed Description
This 57-minute DVD (NCJ 234678) provides a specific set of guidelines for law enforcement officers, prosecutors, victim advocates, forensic interviewers, and others for interviewing adults and children with communication and/or cognitive disabilities. An interactive companion discussion guide (PDF 831 kb) including a complete transcript of the DVD and a glossary of terms and concepts used in the film is also available.

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Victim Accounts

Recovering From Your Crime-Related Injuries (April 2006)
Recovering From Your Crime-Related Injuries (April 2006)
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Running Time: 00:45
How can injured crime victims take full advantage of their rights in the criminal justice system, and manage their emotional reactions to victimization?
Detailed Description
This 12 minute DVD (NCJ 213709) is a component of A Multimedia Program for Physically Injured Crime Victims. The DVD provides seriously injured crime victims with general information about the criminal justice system and strategies to cope with the negative emotions that often accompany victimization. This DVD also is available with Spanish subtitles (NCJ 215732).

Order # NCJ 213709
Order # NCJ 215732 (DVD with Spanish Subtitles)
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Recovering From Your Crime-Related Injuries-Spanish Subtitles (April 2007)
Recovering From Your Crime-Related Injuries-Spanish Subtitles
Running Time: 00:53
How can service providers help Spanish-speaking crime victims understand their rights in the criminal justice system, and manage their emotional reactions to victimization?
Detailed Description
This DVD is a component of A Multimedia Program for Physically Injured Crime Victims. The DVD provides seriously injured crime victims with general information about the criminal justice system and strategies to cope with the negative emotions that often accompany victimization.

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Victim Impact: Listen and Learn (August 2005)
Victim Impact: Listen and Learn (video) (April 2005)
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Running Time: 01:09
What are the physical, emotional, financial, and psychological effects of criminal and delinquent behavior on victims of crime, their family members, and the community?
Detailed Description
This 57-minute DVD (NCJ 223072) features the first-person accounts of 14 men and women who share their experiences as crime victims and the ripple effect that victimization can have on family members and the community at large. It is an effective training resource for victim service providers seeking to improve their understanding of the physical, emotional, financial, and psychological effects of crime. A companion online only training curriculum is also available which includes a 2 Part Facilitator Manual (Part 1, PDF 9.39 mb and Part 2, PDF 6.22 mb) and a Participant Workbook (PDF 5.35 mb).

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