3 edition of Assisting victims of terrorism found in the catalog.
Assisting victims of terrorism
Rianne Monique Letschert
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Rianne Letschert, Ines Staiger, Antony Pemberton (eds.).|
|LC Classifications||HV6431 .A8444 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxi, 348 p. :|
|Number of Pages||348|
|ISBN 10||9048130247, 9048130255|
|ISBN 10||9789048130245, 9789048130252|
|LC Control Number||2009932668|
Victim Assistance and Witness Protection. The impact of crime on the people affected by it can be profound. Victims may suffer from physical, mental, emotional and financial harm, from which some may never recover. Injuries may be threatened or inflicted upon victims, witnesses or their families, and threats may even be made against lives. Filed Under: European Union, Islamic State (aka ISIS, ISIL, Daesh), Jihad in the West Tagged With: Black and White Book of Terrorism, Foundation for Victims of Terrorism, Maité Pagazaurtundua Facebook Youtube Twitter Log in.
Support for victims of terrorism. If you have been affected by the incident in Forbury Gardens, Reading on 20 June , or any other terrorist incident, this page contains information on where to seek advice and assistance following a terrorist attack. It also provides details of official helplines and support services available to victims. This Act may be cited as the Assisting Victims of International Terrorism Bill 2 Commencement This Act commences on the day on which it receives the Royal Assent. 3 Objects of Act The objects of this Act are to acknowledge Australians who are killed or injured as a result of international terrorist acts by establishing a framework to.
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This book provides a thorough analysis of the specific needs of victims of terrorism (using both legal and psycho-social studies), compared to victims of other forms of crime.
This book provides a thorough analysis of the specific needs of victims of terrorism (using both legal and psycho-social studies), compared to victims of other forms of cturer: Springer. The study focuses parti- larly on developing standards in the field of continuing assistance, access to justice, administration of justice and compensation to victims of terrorism.
A novel feature of the approach is that also the possible utility of Brand: Springer Netherlands. This book provides a thorough analysis of the specific needs of victims of terrorism (using both legal and psycho-social studies), compared to victims of other forms of : Hardcover.
The study focuses parti- larly on developing standards in the field of continuing assistance, access to justice, administration of justice and compensation to victims of terrorism. A novel feature of the approach is that also the possible utility of restorative justice approaches is : Rianne Letschert.
The study focuses parti- larly on developing standards in the field of continuing assistance, access to justice, administration of justice and compensation to victims of terrorism. A novel feature of the approach is that also the possible utility of restorative justice approaches is examined.
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It notes that, although the victim of terrorism has been prioritised in various countries, the needs of victims of terrorism are essentially the same as those of victims of crime, which may be well be taken to imply that structures in place for victims of crime suffice for service delivery to victims of terrorism.
The Terrorism and Special Jurisdictions program provides emergency assistance to injured victims and families of victims injured or murdered in terrorist attacks within the U.S.
and outside the U. The fight against terrorism is receiving increased awareness due to recent wor- wide large-scale terrorist acts, and only since then has some attention been directed specifically to victims of terrorism. Existing legal instruments of international b- ies like the European.
Summary: This book is a thorough analysis of the specific needs of victims of terrorism (using both legal and psycho-social studies), compared to victims of other forms of crime. The study combines different disciplines, enabling synergy in the analysis of these victims' needs.
Assisting Victims of Terrorism. Towards a European Standard for Justice Concise Content A book like this can only focus on the needs of victims of terrorism in general. Assisting Victims of International Terrorism Once an event is determined to be an act of terrorism and a case is opened, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is responsible for coordinating and providing assistance to victims and their families as soon as possible after the crime occurs.
The FBI Office for Victim Assistance—. In an effort to capture the vast complexity of terrorism, and to widen the scope of the agenda that informs terrorism research, this book presents a series of analyses that examines the role of the perpetrators, the experience of the victims, the public and media perceptions of both, and given the inherent intricacy of the phenomenon, how we.
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