Transforming how we communicate with victims
Victims of crime are often left feeling stressed or traumatised. However, while still suffering from the emotional, psychological, physical, and social consequences of a crime, victims are required to undertake many tasks, which range from filing a complaint to navigating complex criminal proceedings. In this context, the appropriate provision of relevant information may enable their access to justice and support, help prevent secondary victimisation, and empower their participation in proceedings.
Type of publication: Policy and Research