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Moving Toward a Public Safety Paradigm: A Roundtable Discussion on Victims and Criminal Justice Reform

On September 10, 2010 the Justice Policy Institute (JPI) convened a roundtable discussion examining the role of victims in justice reform. While the over-arching theme of the roundtable was to explore opportunities for dialogue and finding points of common ground, other areas of discussion included addressing who is a victim, the history and current status of the victims’ movement, and issues around services for victims. This brief is the result of the day’s discussion, organized by theme and not necessarily the order in which ideas were discussed. 


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Keywords: Crime, Criminal Justice, Public Safety, Victims' Issues

Posted in Criminal Justice (Adult)

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