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Executive Officer Julie Nauman receives the Suzanne McDaniel Memorial Award for her leadership in raising public awareness for victim services.

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Read about CalVCB’s Newest Board Member: Curtis Hill 2/16/18

Curtis Hill, 63, of Hollister, has been appointed to the California Victim Compensation Board. Hill was acting executive officer at the Board of State and Community Corrections in 2014 and a legislative advocate and strategic business consultant at Warner and Pank LLC from 2011 to 2012.

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CalVCB Launches eLearning Course for Medical Providers 8/11/17

The California Victim Compensation Board (CalVCB) today released the second of four eLearning courses designed to provide education about the state’s victim compensation program on a convenient, self-paced track that is accessible 24/7.

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CalVCB Wraps Up Another Successful Denim Clothing Drive 6/6/17

The California Victim Compensation Board (CalVCB) concluded its annual statewide denim clothing drive, an event which raises awareness about the misconceptions of sexual assault while assisting victims of crime.

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Sexual Assault Awareness Month: A Time to Take Action 4/2/18

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By Sandra Henriquez, CEO, the California Coalition Against Sexual Assault

Over the past year, we have witnessed sexual assault receive national attention through the #MeToo and #TimesUp movements. Survivors who once suffered in silence for decades have found the courage to publically speak out and have been greeted by a society no longer tolerant of rape and abuse.

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