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National Identity Theft Victims Assistance Network

The National Identity Theft Victims Assistance Network (NITVAN) is a network of coalitions across the country, engaged in creating, enhancing, and delivering identity theft victim assistance training and outreach to improve the ability of the coalition members to provide direct victim assistance services.

Whether you are interested in starting a coalition or strengthening your existing services, use the Toolkit for Professionals to improve and expand services to identity theft victims, start a collaborative group in your area, as well as access downloadable, ready-to-customize training materials and brochures.

Use the Resource Map to learn more about local agencies that offer legal assistance to victims of identity theft, available online legal self-help for clients in your state, professional identity theft networking opportunities, and state laws applicable to identity theft cases.

Note: The tools referenced on these pages may be updated to reflect the needs and laws of your state.

If you need assistance after you have used the toolkit, visit our Customized Technical Assistance page for more information or to request assistance.

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Resource Map (Map of USA)
 

Since 2010, OVC has supported the development of NITVAN. This network of coalitions is engaged in creating and delivering identity theft victim assistance training and outreach across the country. As a result of OVC’s national scope training and technical assistance grant to the Maryland Crime Victims' Resource Center, (award # 2010-VF-GX-K030), NITVAN produced a comprehensive Toolkit for Professionals as well as a Resource Map. These resources have now transitioned to the OVC TTAC Web site.

The materials, opinions, findings, conclusions or recommendations expressed in these resources are those of the contributors and do not necessarily represent the official position or policies of the Office for Victims of Crime, Office of Justice Programs, U.S. Department of Justice.

ID Theft Toolkit

In 2013, NITVAN coalitions across the country each contributed to the creation of this toolkit for victim advocates, attorneys, law enforcement officers, and anyone else involved in assisting victims. Here, you’ll find guidance on improving and expanding service to identity theft victims, starting a collaborative group in your area, as well as downloadable, ready-to-customize training materials, brochures, and more.

Toolkit Part 1: Building Partnerships

Toolkit Part 2: Training Materials

Toolkit Part 3: Outreach Materials

  Real advice on how to:

  • Start a collaborative effort
  • Improve and expand service
  • Partner with key organizations in your community

  Download ready-to-use:

  • Lesson Plans for various audiences
  • Instructor Manuals
  • Presentation Handouts
  • Slide Decks with Speaker Notes

  Download customizable:

  • Victim Brochures
  • Public Service Announcements
  • Victim Recovery Kits
  • Outreach Samples Targeted to Specific Populations

 

Toolkit Part 1: Building Partnerships

Toolkit Part 2: Training Materials

Toolkit Part 3: Outreach Materials

Click on a state on the map below to learn more about:

  • Local Agencies That Offer Legal Assistance to Victims of Identity Theft
  • Available Online Legal Self-Help for Clients in your State
  • Professional Identity Theft Networking Opportunities
  • State Laws Applicable to Identity Theft Cases Including:
    • Expunging Criminal Arrest Records
    • Credit Information Blocking & Security Freezes
    • Laws Regarding Social Security Numbers
    • ID Theft Passports

 

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Additional: District of Columbia

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