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Crime Victim Compensation Quarterly

Crime Victims Report For Criminal Justice Professionals And Providers Of Support Services

by Helen Benedict, Susan Brison
An excellent resource handbook for survivors of sexual violence and those who Support them, offering the crucial prerequisites to healing: acknowledgment, comfort and information. Provides detailed and compassionate discussion of recovery; common myths and reactions; what you can do for yourself.

Crime Victim Compensation Quarterly

Crime Victims Report For Criminal Justice Professionals And Providers Of Support Services

Fight Back: Feminist Resistance to Male Violence
by Frederique Delacoste

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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Guidelines for Treatment of Victims of Crime (Best Practice Series) by Commonwealth Secretariat

Stay Alive! Survival Tactics for Hostages: Survival Tactics for Hostages
by Robert K. Spear

Proceeds of Crime Act 2002: A Practical Guide

Crisis Intervention: Contemporary Issues for On-Site Interveners
by James E. Hendricks, Jerome B. McKean, Cindy Gillespie Hendricks, Stuart J. Woods
This manual has been written for crisis interveners and frontline workers in criminal justice and social services who come into contact with people who believe that their lives are falling apart. The book primarily focuses on criminal justice agents, especially police. Deals extensively with the special considerations involved in intervening in nonsecure field settings. Step-by-step procedures, examples, and role plays teach how to intervene in crises involving victims of crime, intimate partner violence, child abuse and neglect, elder maltreatment, suicide, and school violence. The intervener is provided with information on self assessment and coping with the stresses of frontline work. A statement of objectives at the beginning of each chapter, a summary at the end of each chapter, a set of learning activities for each chapter, and appendices which include useful WWW sites, guidelines and scenarios for role plays, and a sample course outline for instructors.

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