The Secondary Victimization of Crime Victims

Secondary Victimization of Crime Victims
Duration: 60 Minutes
Module 1 Resources
Recorded March 10, 2016
Unit 1 Slide Deck
Unit 2 Video

This course will explore the revictimization of crime victims in their attempt to seek justice. It will delve into the secondary victimization crime victims endure through each subsystem of criminal justice. It will define secondary victimization, identify different points of victimization, and recommend measures to reduce secondary victimization within our criminal justice system. The ultimate goal is to raise awareness of what victims go through the moment they report their victimization.


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