Information for Professionals, Survivors and Victim's Families
E-mail Discussion Lists
Guest book

Office for Victims of Crime, Family Assistance Call Center
(victims and surviving family members only) -- 800-331-0075

Unsolved-Crimes International -- For the Victims and their loved ones: An Organization of Volunteers dedicated to publicizing Unsolved Crimes on the Internet.

DOJ's Victims and Family Assistance -- Timely information to terrorism victims and families about emergency assistance, legal rights, services, updates, response, and resources for coping with the emotional trauma.
Referral to a psychologist 800-964-2000

American Red Cross 800-435-7669 - Chapters provide local humanitarian services within the community.

Voices from Victims of Grief

Victimization: Theory, Research and Policy by Pamela Davies, Peter Francis, Victor Jupp -- Provides a critical review of the study of victims and victimization, particularly in theory, research, policy, and practice. The causes; its nature, extent, and impact; methods of research; issues of class, age, race, gender, and community; the policy context; mechanisms for tackling victimization; and the comparative context. Each contributor explores historical and contemporary debates and developments surrounding particular aspects of the victimological enterprise, and outlines their agenda for the futures of the discipline.


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