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The Victims of Crimeprovides indispensable information on all aspects of crime victimization, victimsrs" rights, and victimsrs" services. Organized in an easy-to-follow, four-part format, it provides a look at important events in the field, up-to-date statistical victimization data, and a theoretical understanding of how and why individuals become victims of crime. Taking a systems approach, it devotes extensive coverage to the crime victimrs"s interaction with the criminal justice system and includes an entire chapter on economic victimizations.
Table of Contents
|Victims of Crime: An Overview|
|Crime Victimization: Statistics, Theories, and Victimology|
|Crime Victims and the Criminal Justice System|
|Crime Victims and Law Enforcement|
|Crime Victims and the Courts|
|Crime Victims, Corrections, and Restorative Justice|
|Intimate Partner Violence|
|Children as Victims|
|Victimization of the Elderly|
|Hate Crimes and Special Populations|
|International Victimization, Assistance and the Future of the Victims of Crime|
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