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The National Association of Victim Service Professionals in Corrections provides an enthusiastic voice for corrections-based victim services. As a national non-profit organization, we…



handsCrime impacts millions of people each year throughout all 50 states, the U.S. territories and tribal communities.  For many crime victims and survivors, the physical, financial and emotional harm caused by crime continues, long beyond an offender's arrest, conviction and sentence.  NAVSPIC offers vision, leadership and guidance in achieving excellence for corrections-based victim services.  We enthusiastically support thousands of professionals and volunteers working in adult and juvenile corrections across America.  We remain ever mindful that what we do is ALL about the people who personally experience the impacts of crime.  As a national association, we arehere to promote Compassion, Equality, Service and Justice.  As we listen to crime victims andsurvivors, we learn how correctionalresponses to crime can improve -- by addressing victims' concerns, opportunities for offender change, and helpful participation.