Victim Assistance Programs

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Victim Assistance Programs Report Increased Workloads

Author: Barbara Webster
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Crime Victims Assistance Programs

Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on the Judiciary. Subcommittee on Juvenile Justice
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Victim Assistance In Indian Country Discretionary Grant Program

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Executive Manual To Victim Assistance Programs

Author: Everitt A. Johnson
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This seminar address the issues of "what" is the nature of victimization and "what" has been done and "what" can be done by sheriffs, justice system officials and others in order to respond to the needs and rights of victims. It goes on to focus on the issue of "how" sheriffs and others can now act to implement many of the actions needed to restore balance in the administration of justice so that victim needs and rights are accommodated.

Victim Assistance

Author: Thomas L. Underwood, PhD
Editor: Springer Publishing Company
ISBN: 9780826147516
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Crime Victims Assistance Programs

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New Directions From The Field Victim Assistance Community

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One Step At A Time

Author: Victim Assistance Program (B.C.)
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This summary consolidates the 34 different recommendations compiled by Lannon & Associates in the firm's formal three-volume report. The first section provides a summary of 13 general program recommendations directed at improving the Victim Assistance Program as a whole and are divided under four key review topics. The following two sections outline recommendations that are in addition to these general recommendations. Fourteen recommendations are designed specifically for police-based victim assistance programs; the final six recommendations are directed at improving victim-offender reparation programs.