Anyone who suffers emotional or physical injuries or who dies as a result of a crime.
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AIC: International Victimology
An edited selection of papers given at the 8th International Symposium on Victimology held at the Convention Centre in Adelaide, South Australia in August 1994, Proc. no. 27.
The personal homepage and journal of a stalking survivor.
Source for murder statistics, news items, discussion and information.
National Criminal Justice Reference Service: Victims of Crime
Collection of documents, web links, and other resources on crime victims and survivors, victimization, and like topics.
Handbook written to assist people affected by violent crime which covers personal, legal, community and political matters.
Olive Crest Homes and Services for Abused Children
Information regarding all of the categories of abuse and associated symptomology.
Texas VINE System
A short article about the program which stands for 'Victim Information and Notification Everyday', which gives out basic information about suspects and their scheduled court events, as well as notifications of any changes.
True Crime - Victims
Crime victims' resources, cases and articles.
Listings of and links to articles, agencies, organizations and websites to find help for victims of childhood abuse, rape, and other violent crimes.
Victims and the Media
Program designed to reach both journalism students and working professionals, with special emphasis on how to get the story without re-victimizing the victim.
Victims of Violence
Canadian Centre for Missing Children page that gives a history of victims of violence and lists research topics and contact information.
Youngsters, teens and adults from diverse backgrounds fight against bias, bigotry and prejudice. People can report hate-related incidents and get information about school violence and human rights.
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