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Resources for Victim Service Providers - Victim Support/Services

  • Assessing the Scope and Availability of Services for Human Trafficking Victims Among Georgia's Victims' Services Providers

    The objective of this study is to attempt to capture the number of victims served for human trafficking offenses as well as the services they recei

  • Victim and Survivor Rights and Services

    This brochure provides an overview of victim rights and services around notification and restitution, as well as a description of what happens to s

  • Writing Victim Impact Statements

    This guide describes the purpose of a victim impact statement, what should be included in the statement and options for making the statement.

  • Victim Services Division, Fiscal Year 2014, Annual Report

    The Victim Services Division (VSD) was first established as a section in the Parole Division of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice (TDCJ) in

  • Bridges to Life

    Rehabilitation, Reconciliation, and Community Safety.

  • Violence Against Women Needs Assessment Program

    This report measures and evaluates the services provided women by Victim/Witness Assistance Programs
    throughout California.

  • Corrections-Based Services for Victims of Crime

    The "nature and status of victim-related services sponsored by departments of correction (DOCs)" is assessed (p. 1).

  • Battered Women's Justice Project

    This resource page provides links to webinars and documents relating to topics such as: risk assessment in batterer intervention, intimate partner

  • Understanding the VOCA Rule Change: A New Opportunity to Help Survivors of Sexual Abuse in Detention (2017)

    This webinar outlines the 2016 VOCA rule change allowing rape crisis centers to use VOCA assistance funds to serve victims who are incarcerated.

  • This worksheet provides a state-by-state summary of confidentiality, privilege and definitions. It is focused at advocates and victim counseling centers, often covering both employees and volunteers . Confidentiality Institute (2014)

    In 2011 and 2012, the Oregon Department of Justice (ODOJ), Crime Victims’ Services Division (CVSD) initiated a Listening Tour with the nine federal

  • Who Experiences Violent Victimization and Who Accesses Services? (2019)

    The purpose of this research is to identify groups of persons at high risk for serious violent victimization to help inform how victim services and