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From Complex Homicide Demonstration Sites
Additional Outreach Materials
This protocol guides law enforcement agencies on how they can best address the needs of homicide survivors through training, education, staffing recommendations, recommendations for collaboration, and insight into how to communicate with homicide survivors.
This roll call video addresses the need for law enforcement to respond to and interact with DUI crash victims in a victim-centered way, with all the referrals, support, and resources due victims of a violent crime.
This brochure is to assist law enforcement officers with responding to a drunk driving crash in a victim-centered manner. Included in the brochure are initial response tips as well as various resources for the officer to provide to victims following a crash.
This brochure provides victims of DUI crashes with referrals for services, support, and resources.
This roll call video provides a unique look at the individual impact of crime on victims and the steps law enforcement can take to best meet victims' needs. Crimes addressed include sexual assault, drunk driving, homicide, human trafficking, and mass casualty crimes. Specific victim populations addressed include older victims, children, victims who have a disability, and immigrants.
In 2002, OVC began funding for the administration of a national pilot project and state pilot project. This publication reviews the pilot sites' efforts, activities, approaches, challenges, and successes. It is meant to serve as a guide for other rural law enforcement agencies that want to undertake similar efforts.
We encourage you to contact us for TTA resources and referrals related to topics mentioned throughout this website. Please note the National Center only provides direct TTA to PSN teams and MacArthur Foundation Safety and Justice Challenge sites at this time. If you are part of a PSN team and wanting to officially submit a TTA request to the PSN TTA team, please do so by navigating to psntta.org. Thank you.
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