Office of Victims' Rights
Website of the Alaska Office of Victims' Rights.
By: State of Alaska
The Alaska Human Rights Law (AS 18.80.220): Sexual Harassment
This page lists what constitutes sexual harassment and who to contact if you suspect sexual harassment or have suffered retaliation for reporting sexual harassment.
By: Alaska Legal Services Corporation
Alaska Office of the Ombudsman Complaint Dept.
This site has an explanation of how the Ombudsman's Office works and contains links that enable you to understand the process. This site also provides a link to the complaint form.
By: State of Alaska
Victims' Rights Information
Although laws vary from state to state, this information provided by the American Bar Association explains the basics of your rights as a victim of a crime.
By: American Bar Association's ABA Network
Improving Tribal/Federal Prosecution of Child Sexual Abuse Cases Through Cooperation
This bulletin presents basic information for improving the cooperation between Tribal and Federal agencies in handling child sexual abuse cases. It describes how close cooperation between Tribal and Federal law enforcement agencies will ensure effective investigation and prosecution of child abuse cases.
By: U.S. Dept. of Justice, Office for Victims of Crime
What To Do If you are a Victim of Identity Theft
If you suspect that your personal information has been misused to commit fraud or theft, act immediately, and keep a detailed record of your conversations and correspondence. Your first three steps that should be taken immediately are listed here, as well as other follow-up procedures. Helpful forms can be found in the forms folder.
By: U.S. Dept. of Education, Office of Inspector General
Reduce Your Risk
Identity theft is becoming big business and a very real threat to all of us. Personal information in the wrong hands quickly can cost us. Here are some things you can do to help reduce the chances of being a victim of these scams and thefts.
By: U.S. Dept. of Education, Office of the Inspector General
How Identity Theft Happens
There are many ways that criminals can obtain your personal information. This resource provides information and details on how identity theft may occur and how to prevent identity theft from happening.
By: U.S. Dept of Education, Office of the Inspector General
Alaska Victims of Crime Resource List
If you need to locate a shelter, counseling center, an advocate, a state agency, or other type of resource, because your were the victim of a crime, you can search here for a list of local and statewide resources.
By: U.S. Dept. of Justice, Office for Victims of Crime Resource Center
Frequently Asked Questions About Civil Rights Violations
A series of questions and answers about violations of civil rights.
By: U.S. Dept. of Justice, Civil Rights Div., Criminal Section
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