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NAAWS Conference 2016

By Brittney Daniels This year Silent Victims of Crime was invited to NAAWS (National Association of Wardens and Superintendents) Annual Training Conference in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Catherine Linaweaver, NAAWS Program Chair reached out to us to speak on the panel ‘A correctional leaders role in assisting the silent victims of crime.’ We were joined by our…

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Give Children of Prisoners Unconditional Love.

Give Children of Prisoners Unconditional Love Posted on   6/2/2015  5:02 PM from www.childrenofinmates.org We give our children -- unconditional love. They need to be loved completely, without limitations. Just like many of their incarcerated parents and their caregivers, some of our children of prisoners are tough to work with. Unfortunately, they struggle with anti-social behavior and have…

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Program Allows Incarcerated Moms to read aloud to their children in Prison

By Lisa Reddy | Good News – Thu, 13 Aug, 2015 from ca.news.yahoo.com According to the National Resource Center on Children & Families of the Incarcerated at Rutgers University, more than 2.7 million children in the U.S. have an incarcerated parent. What’s more, half of those children are under the age of ten. The numbers are startling.…

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#SuccessStories

by Brittney Daniels Silent Victims of Crime (SVC) is proud to announce that three of our young people in the South Carolina chapter, graduated high-school and are beginning college this fall.  One them is a young man who is following his dreams to Culinary School in NYC. SVC Executive Director, Paulette Pfeiffer began mentoring ‘Zay’…

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Getting Children of Prisoners Equipped for the School Year

by Brittney Daniels Prior to the start of the school year, Silent Victims of Crime (SVC) prepped students participating in Teen LEADERship Miami for back to school. The Miami Global Colombian Lions Club and Styles Saves were instrumental in getting these children confident and equipped for the year. The first event in July was with…

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Bringing Dancing and Tailgating to Children of Inmates

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Wakulla inmates bond with their children

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