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Victim Compensation Materials Now In 13 Languages 2/2/16

The California Victim Compensation Program now has applications and outreach publications in 13 of the most common languages spoken in the state. Languages in addition to English include Arabic, Armenian, Cambodian, Chinese, Farsi, Hmong, Korean, Lao, Punjabi, Russian, Spanish and Tagalog.

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State Program Aids Victims of San Bernardino Mass Shooting 12/10/15

This is the time the California Victim Compensation and Government Claims Board steps in, helping victims pay for numerous expenses that add up after a tragedy such as the massacre at the San Bernardino county government holiday party last week.

Executive Officer Statement

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Executive Officer Statement on the San Bernardino Shootings 12/2/15

California Victim Compensation Program Executive Officer, Julie Nauman, released the following statement on the San Bernardino shootings.

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Chairperson Marybel Batjer presides over a VCGCB meeting

State Victim Compensation Board Acts to Increase Benefits for Crime Victims 10/19/15

The Victim Compensation and Government Claims Board last Thursday took action to begin implementation of a wide range of benefit changes to help victims of violent crime.

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Looking Ahead: Human Trafficking Awareness Month 1/11/16

By Julie Nauman, Executive Officer, VCGCB

Greetings, and a very Happy New Year to you. As we enter a new year together, it is a good time to reflect on our accomplishments from the past 12 months, but to also take inventory, and to take action on the work that lies ahead. Such is the case with the subject of Human Trafficking.

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