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Phone: 301-952-0063
1001 Prince George's Blvd.
Suite 750

Upper Marlboro
Maryland 20774
USA
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Target demographics: victims of crime and survivors of homicide victims

Geographic areas served: Maryland, DIstrict of Columbia, and throughout the United States

Programs: criminal justice education, court accompaniment, counseling, support groups, community education, national identity theft leadership, legal information and assistance, direct legal representation of crime victims, policy advocacy, technical assistance for allied professionals and criminal justice agencies, and faith-based referrals.

Mission:
To ensure that victims of crime receive justice and are treated with dignity and compassion through comprehensive victims'rights and services.
Results:
Originally the Stephanie Roper Committee and Foundation, we have successfully advocate for the passage of numerous laws to assist victims of crime. We assist victims of crime so that they are empowered through legal and social services including by representing crime victims and survivors in criminal case to assert and protect their rights. We also provide national leadership in identity theft through the National Identity Theft Victim Assistance Network. (NITVAN)

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08/19/13
My husband and I are volunteers, but we are also survivors of a terrible murder-for-hire, of our pregnant daughter, in June 2005. My husband and I tried to have a negative decision, handed to us by the Criminal Injuries Compensation Board, overturned. After first trying to "fix" the problem ... more »
11/02/12
I encountered MCVRC in my job search when planning an move to Maryland. After interviewing with one of the founders and the executive director, I learned and felt the splendor of what is being done here on behalf of victims and or survivors. As a survivor that fell through the cracks 8 years and had... more »
10/31/12
My name is Oliver Smith. I first came in contact with the Maryland Crime Victims Resource Center, Inc. (MCVRC) about fifteen years ago after the death of our only son, Oliver Smith Jr. Oliver was a Police Officer for the Washington D.C. Metropolitan Police Department. Our son had just ended his ... more »
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