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tims’ rights and supporting victims in their time of need. The courage of victims who come forward to report crimes is inspiring, as their bravery helps us hold offenders accountable and ensure they can’t harm others again. I also want to commend our office’s victim specialists, who work diligently every day to support victims and seek justice on their behalf,” U.S. Attorney Laslovich said.

The U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Montana has a dedicated team of prosecutors and victim assistance professionals who work together to ensure victims of crime receive the services and support they need.

During NCVRW, victim advocacy organizations, community groups and state, local and tribal agencies host gatherings, candlelight vigils and other events to raise awareness about victims’ rights and services.

For more information on how to create your own public campaigns to raise awareness about crime victims’ rights online and at events throughout the year, visit https://ovc. Also, visit for more information.

If you or someone you know is in immediate danger, call 911. If you believe you’ve been the target or victim of a crime, contact your local law enforcement agency or your nearest FBI field office immediately. The FBI Salt Lake City Field Office, which covers Montana, may be reached at 801-579-1400 or by submitting tips online at

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