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NCJ Number: 113118 Find in a Library
Title: Videotaping the Child Sexual-Abuse Victim
Journal: Social Casework  Volume:68  Issue:2  Dated:(February 1987)  Pages:117-121
Author(s): I Colby; D Colby
Date Published: 1987
Page Count: 5
Format: Article
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: Modification of civil and criminal law in some States allows videotaped child sexual abuse interviews to be used as courtroom evidence.
Abstract: When interviewing a child victim, the social worker must comply with legal requirements. This article describes appropriate interview techniques.
Main Term(s): Juvenile witnesses
Index Term(s): Social worker training; Video taped testimony
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