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National Victim
Assistance Academy

June 2001
Superceded by NEW EDITION

Table of Contents

Foundations in victimology and victims' rights and services

Restorative Justice
Mental Health Needs
Underserved Victims
Domestic Violence
Sexual Assault
Child Victimization
Drunk Driving
Victimization of the Elderly
Victimization of Individuals with Disabilities
Financial Crime

The NVAA curriculum also emphasizes new developments in the field of victim assistance and several special topics, including hate and bias crime, stalking, victims of gang violence, campus crime and victimization, workplace violence, rural victims, and international issues in
victim assistance.

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Co-sponsoring Agencies
Victims' Assistance Legal Organization
California State University-Fresno
National Crime Victims Research and Treatment Center
University of New Haven
Washington University
American University's Washington College of Law

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