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Crime Victims Compensation Program

Crime Victims Compensation Board Meeting
12 p.m.
Sept. 15, 2016
Location: 250 Grandview Drive, Suite 500
Fort Mitchell, Kentucky 41017

The Crime Victims Compensation Board has called a special meeting for Thursday, Sept. 15, 2016, at noon EDT.  The purpose of the special meeting is to consider and vote on the employment of an Executive Director.  The meeting will be held at 250 Grandview Drive, Suite 500, Fort Mitchell, Kentucky 41017.  In addition, one member will participate by video teleconference from 96 Kinne Street, Stearns, Kentucky 42647.  The Fort Mitchell location is the primary meeting place.  The meeting is open to the public.
I.           Call to order
II.          Consider the employment of an Executive Director
            a.    Potential executive session pursuant to KRS 61.810(f)
III.         Vote on the employment of an Executive Director
IV.        Adjourn




Kentucky's Crime Victims Compensation Board (CVCB) assists more than 1,000 victims of violent crime per year who have no other resources to pay for the medical, funeral, mental health counseling, and dental or corrective lens expenses resulting from the crime.  Assistance can also include lost wages of the victim or loss of support for someone dependent on the victim. When awarded, payments are made directly to service providers or can be reimbursements to victims or claimants.  The CVCB strives to be pro-victim and includes at least one crime victim.  The board's goal is to provide not only the above-mentioned assistance, but also to show empathy and provide caring assistance to crime victims during a particularly traumatic time.

The CVCB acts under the authority of KRS Chapter 346 and KAR Title 107. For legal information, contact legal counsel G. Mitchell Mattingly at

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