Kansas has been awarded more than $1.07 million to help support crime victim assistance programs.
Convicted federal criminals pay fines and penalties collected by the U.S. Attorney's office, federal courts and the federal Bureau of Prisons.
Fines collected in one year are deposited into the Crime Victims Fund, established in 1984.
"Under this program convicted federal criminals help pay for critical services for victims," U.S. Atty. Jackie Williams said. "We will continue to aggressively collect fines from federal offenders so crime victims and their families can receive the assistance they need and deserve.."