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NCJ Number: 31508 Find in a Library
Title: IOWA STATE ASSOCIATION OF COUNTIES - INTEGRATED SERVICES FOR VICTIMS OF CRIME - A COUNTY BASED APPROACH
Author(s): ANON
Corporate Author: Iowa State Assoc of Counties
United States of America
Date Published: 1975
Page Count: 15
Sponsoring Agency: Iowa State Assoc of Counties
Type: Program Description (Model)
Format: Document
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: DESCRIPTION OF A STATEWIDE PROGRAM BEING ESTABLISHED IN IOWA TO PROVIDE LAW ENFORCEMENT, HEALTH, AND SOCIAL ASSISTANCE TO VICTIMS OF CRIME ON THE COUNTY LEVEL.
Abstract: THE PROGRAM IS BEING IMPLEMENTED TO PROVIDE FOR EARLY IDENTIFICATION OF CRIME VICTIMS AND TO GUIDE VICTIMS THROUGH EXISTING PROGRAMS FOR PERSONS DEFINED OR QUALIFIED AS NEEDY. THE IOWA STATUTE ENABLING THE COUNTIES TO DEFINE AND DETERMINE PEOPLE IN NEED IS REVIEWED. COMPONENTS OF THE PROGRAM AND POSSIBLE SERVICES ARE LISTED. A MODEL RESOLUTION FOR THE CREATION OF COUNTY INTEGRATED VICTIM SERVICES PROGRAM IS INCLUDED, AS WELL AS A MODEL LETTER OF UNDERSTANDING BETWEEN COUNTY AND OTHER PUBLIC AGENCIES, A MODEL LETTER TO LOCAL GOVERNMENT, AND MODEL GUIDELINES FOR ASSISTANCE TO VICTIMS OF CRIME.
Index Term(s): Indigents; Interagency cooperation; Iowa; Laws and Statutes; Local government; Model programs; Victim compensation
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