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Attorney General Guidelines for Victim and Witness Assistance
Establishes guidelines to be followed by officers and employees of U.S. Department of Justice investigative, prosecutorial, and correctional agencies in how to treat victims of and witnesses to crime.

Handbook on Justice for Victims
Helps criminal justice agencies and others who meet with victims implement victim service programs and develop victim-sensitive policies, procedures, and protocols. The handbook also applies to those to whom victims reach out in their immediate circle—family, friends, and neighbors—and to various informal, spontaneous, and indigenous support structures.

The History of the Crime Victims' Movement in the United States
Reviews victimology, victim compensation, the women's movement, the criminal justice system, victim activism, and other victim-related topics.

How to Plan and Implement a State Oral History Project
Helps organizations capture the scope and breadth of key historical activities through oral history projects and reviews lessons learned from past experiences.  

New Directions from the Field: Victims' Rights and Services for the 21st Century
Examines how victims' rights and services have been realized since the 1982 Final Report of the President's Task Force on Victims of Crime and presents recommendations regarding what the Nation should strive to achieve for victims in  the 21st century.