Kansas violent crime victims awarded $296,245
A total of 233 victims of violent crimes in Kansas were awarded a sum of $296,246 from the Kansas Crime Victims Compensation Board on Thursday. According to Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt, this was its February meeting.
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According to the release, financial support was issued to 114 new cases and 119 previously submitted cases.
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Payments were issued for funeral expenses, outpatient mental health counseling, inpatient mental health treatment and in grief counseling for families of homicide victims. Payments were limited to $25,000 total, with up to $5,000 issued for funeral expenses and outpatient mental health counseling each, $10,000 for inpatient mental health treatment and $1,500 each for grief counseling.
The Crime Victims Compensation Board was established in 1978 to help victims of violent crimes pay for unexpected expenses.
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The program is funded by court fines and fees paid by convicts along with parole fees and restitution paid by them.
News Source: www.Kansas.com