The Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority (CICA) is a public body funded by central government whose purpose is to distribute compensation, which exceeds £200 million every year, to the victims of violent crime. Sums paid are intended to cover pain and suffering and loss of amenity for the injury itself and in certain circumstances other losses and expenses to a maximum compensatory award of £500,000.

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