Session 27: RS24 -> Victim Support, Resources and Services
Time: 8:00AM to 9:30 AM on Wednesday, November 13
Place: Dearborn 1
Session Chair: Raymond R. Corrado, Simon Fraser University
Victim Needs and Services: An Assessment of Indiana's Resources in Support of Crime Victims
by: David A. Ford, Indiana-Purdue University - Indianapolis (Corresponding)
William H. Barton, Indiana University Purdue University
Sara Cornell Hare, Indiana University Southeast
Are Social Cohesion and Collective Efficacy Related to Victims' Resource Assess Decision Making in Response to Crime: A Multi-Variate Model of Victim Access Patterns to Resources
by: Raymond R. Corrado, Simon Fraser University (Corresponding)
Irwin M. Cohen, Simon Fraser University
Dan Beavon, Dept. of Indian & Northern Development
Enlisting the Potential Victim as Risk Manager: An Integrated Learning Theory of the Victimization Process
by: Catherine A. Gallagher, George Mason University (Corresponding)
Race/Ethnicity and Victim-Offender Relationships in Miami Aggravated Assaults
by: Amie L. Nielsen, University of Miami (Corresponding)
Ramiro Martinez, Jr., Florida International University
Anthony Peguero, University of Miami

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