Enhancing Law Enforcement Response to Victims of Crime is a joint effort of the Office for Victims of Crime and the International Association of Chiefs of Police.
Click on the links below to go to a specific section in the Strategy.
- Message from Site Leaders
- I. Executive Summary
- II. Evolution of Law Enforcement Response to Victims and
Scope of the Project
- III. Benefits and Challenges of Enhancing Response to Victims
- IV. Seven Critical Needs of Victims Law Enforcement Must Address
- V. Core Elements of Enhancing Response to Victims
- VI. Roles and Responsibilities of Law Enforcement Personnel
- VII. Importance of Community Partners
- VIII. Conclusion
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