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Prepare Your Nomination

Anyone can submit nominations for the National Crime Victims’ Service Awards. Before you begin, you can find the details on eligibility and guidelines below.

  • Eligibility Requirements. Determine whether the individual or team you would like to nominate is eligible for an award.
  • Award Categories. Learn about the award categories to help you choose the one that best fits the contributions of the individual or team you wish to nominate.
  • Submission Guidelines. Understand all nomination requirements before beginning a nomination. You may not save and return to the nomination later.
  • Nomination Letters. Compose a 100-word abstract and nomination letter to accompany your submission.

Preparation Tips

After you have reviewed all the guidelines:

Collect any complementary attachments you want to forward with your submission. Remember to keep each file attachment under 5 megabytes (mb) in size.

Collect the email address for each person you are nominating or the lead contact, if you are nominating a team or program.

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