Identifying Roles and Responsibilities of Victim Services in Law Enforcement Agencies

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Thu, Feb 29th, 2024 3:00 PM - 4:15 PM ET
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Law enforcement-based victim services are most effectively incorporated into agencies when clear roles and responsibilities are established and understood. These depend on models of service provision and partnerships – both internal and external to the agency. Jurisdiction-specific statutes can affect protections that victim services personnel can and cannot offer when serving victims and co-victims.

Information from this webinar can help participants understand the following:

  • Service provision models
  • Victim services personnel role parameters
  • Legal statutes related to communication with victims and co-victims

 

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