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The NCJRS Abstracts Database contains abstracts of more than 200,000 criminal justice, juvenile justice, and substance abuse resources housed within the NCJRS Library. Search the NCJRS Abstracts Database for resources on this topic.
 
 
Crime Victimization Programs at a Glance
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Crime Victimization Practice Outcomes at a GlanceNew
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Victims & Victimization

Crime Victimization

Victims of crime may be any gender, age, race, or ethnicity. Victimization may happen to an individual, family, group, or community; and a crime itself may be to a person or property. The impact of crime on an individual victim, their loved ones, and their community depends on a variety of factors, but often crime victimization has significant emotional, psychological, physical, financial, and social consequences.

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OJP Publications

Financial Exploitation of the Elderly in a Consumer Context, NIJ-Sponsored, 2014
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Crimes Against the Elderly, 2003-2013, BJS, November 2014
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Services for IPV Victims: Encouraging Stronger Research Methods to Produce More Valid Results, NIJ, October 2014
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Household Poverty and Nonfatal Violent Victimization, 2008-2012, BJS, November 2014
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Eight Benefits of NIBRS to Victim Service Providers, OVC, November 2014
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How many sexual assaults occur on college campuses?
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What is the Department of Justice doing to help protect children from online predators?
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Is information available on what can be done to help children who have been witnesses to violence?
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