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A Handbook on planning and managing police-based victim assistance programs / by Judith Muir.

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Location

Public Safety Canada Library & Canadian Policing Research Catalogue

Resource

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Alternate Title

Guide de planification et de gestion des programmes policiers d'aide aux victimes.

Authors

Bibliography

Includes bibliographies.

Description

1 v. (various pagings) : ill. ; 28 cm.

Note

Also published as Programs Branch User Report, no. 1985-20.
Also published in French under title: Guide de planification et de gestion des programmes policiers d'aide aux victimes.
Available also in electronic format.

Summary

"The material in this guidebook is concerned with the 'specialist' approach to victim services. Its aim is to help those who are considering the establishment of a victim program in a police department, by providing some information and some options on the key decisions that must be made." -- p. ii.

Subject

Online Access

Contents

1. Victim service programs in Canada. -- 2. Assessing need, planning goals and choosing options. -- 3. Service activities, special victims and rural programs. -- 4. Program organization and administration. -- 5. Police and community acceptance of programs. -- 6. Volunteers in victim programs.

Series

Canada. Ministry of the Solicitor General. Programs Branch. Technical report ; no. 8.

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