Violent crime are recently grabbing the headlines of news outlets all over the nation, but what many people do not know is that trauma may equal financial assistance for some victims.
A program that is not often utilised offers victims of crime thousands of dollars, reports Julie Nauman, the Executive Officer at the California Victim Compensation Board (CalVCB)
“No one ever expects to be a victim of crime, but when it happens, we want them to know that we’re here to help,” said Nauman. “Our primary mission is to provide assistance to victims of violent crime.”
Nauman manages a program created by the government to help victims financially. CalVCB was established as a joint federal and state program, and
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Police officers have revealed how the job ‘slowly eats us away’ in a searingly frank documentary about slain cops.
A SWAT officer says that he gets sent on ‘horrific calls every day’ like looking people in their eyes as they take their last breath .
The cop says he has to ‘bury it deep inside’ and, unable to speak to their families, cops are ‘just left to figure out how not to lose ourselves’.
Another officer who survived multiple stabbings, Thomas Marchese, 43, says that every day that they walk out the door, cops have to ‘make peace with the fact we might not make it back home’.
Marchese exclusively told the DailyMail.com how he used his experience to help ‘crack the shell’ of silence and persuade serving officers to speak to him for his documentary, ‘Fallen’.
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