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ICJIA Receives Federal Award to Improve Illinois Service Collaboration for Child and Youth Victims of Violence
Tuesday, April 3, 2018

Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority (ICJIA) Executive Director John Maki today announced the agency received a $500,000 federal award to help children and youth suffering from trauma.  Read more »

Publications

ICJIA

The Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority is the home of Illinois’ Statistical Analysis Center, which is responsible for objectively collecting, analyzing, and disseminating justice data. The Center for Victim Studies, a part of ICJIA’s Research & Analysis Unit, designs and conducts research examining the nature and scope of victimization in Illinois and evaluates programs that address victim needs. These are recent publications that are relevant to the Illinois HEALS demonstration project.

*These publications and the research discussed in them were not funded under Illinois HEALS.

Office for Victims of Crime (OVC)

These publications from OVC offer context for the work of Illinois HEALS. For additional information related to the federal government's support of victim services, please visit OVC.gov.