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Mr. Dan Levey S.

Executive Director

POMC

Direct Phone: (602) ***-****       

Email: d***@***.org

POMC

4960 Ridge Ave. Ste. 2

Cincinnati, Ohio 45209

United States

Company Description

POMC is a tax-exempt organization under the Section 501 (c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Service. The Organization depends largely upon private donations to cover operational expenses, but also seeks some funding. To give a donation, please visit the donati ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Executive Director
National Organization of Parents of Murdered Children , Inc.

Affiliations

Advisor To the Governor
Victims

Board Member
Life Sentence

Advisory Council Member
Stepping Stones

Advisor
Napolitano

Governor's Advisor for Victims
Govenor's Office for Children, Youth and Families

Board Member and President
National Organization for Victim Assistance

Board Member and President
Arizona Supreme Court's Commission on Victims

Education

Masters Degree
Education
Northern Arizona University

Web References (114 Total References)


The National Organization of Parents Of Murdered Children, Inc. For the families and friends of those who have died by violence. (POMC)

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Dan Levey(480) 946-3422 natlpomc@pomc.org POMC National Executive Director & Conference Co-Chair:


The National Organization of Parents Of Murdered Children, Inc. For the families and friends of those who have died by violence. (POMC)

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Dan Levey(480) 946-3422 natlpomc@pomc.org POMC National Executive Director & Conference Co-Chair:


National executive Director

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Dan Levey

Dan Levey currently serves as the Executive Director of the National Organization of Parents Of Murdered Children, Inc. (POMC)®. Levey previously served as the Director of the Office of Victim Services at the Office of the Arizona Attorney General (2009-2012) and as the Advisor for Victims to Arizona Governor Janet Napolitano (2003-2009).
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Levey has served in various volunteer capacities throughout his career including as President of POMC (2003-2011), State Chairman of Mothers Against Drunk Driving Operations council (2005-2011), Board Member and President of the National Organization of Victim Assistance (NOVA), and the Arizona Supreme Court's Commission on Victims in the Court.
Levey has been a dedicated advocate for victims' rights since 1996, when his brother Howard was murdered. Levey's focus has been to change and improve public policy concerning the treatment of crime victims and their families, and he has been involved in crafting numerous pieces of victims' rights legislation. Levey has received several awards for his victim advocacy including the United States Attorney General's Ronald W. Reagan Public Policy Award, through the Department of Justice, Office for Victims of Crime, which honors individuals whose leadership, vision, and innovation have led to significant changes in public policy and practice that benefit crime victims. He has appeared on both local and national media, has authored several articles on victims' rights, and has testified at both the Arizona State Legislature and in the United States Congress on behalf of crime victim legislation.


Mine Alerts

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POMC excutive director, Dan Levey wrote a letter to Pier Owner in protest of the show.


POMC History

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Dan Levey, first sibling to become National President

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Dan Levey, becomes new Executive Director
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Howard Klerk and Dan Levey presented.

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