What are the different types of advocacy for victims?
How can safety plan be effective?
What are the barriers Immigrants must overcome when safety planning?
What are the Safety Issues for Victims with Mental Health Disabilities?
What are the different types of cases and issues that you may encounter when working with victims of crime?
What are the common indicators of Human Trafficking?
How can advocates for battered women educate the system to look beyond the typical victim?
How Officers can abuse their power?
What is the challenge to law enforcement and advocates when any intervention fails the victim of police-perpetrated domestic violence?
What is victim-centered approach seeking?
What is the main focus in responses to victimization?
What would improve the understanding of the prevalence of the crime, the needs of victims, and the effectiveness of services provided to victims of human trafficking?
What will allow for more effective and efficient development and distribution of information and materials, increasing the impact of these resources and awareness of human trafficking?
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Multiple People in Cramped Space; Poor Living Conditions; Living with Employer; Injuries from Weapons; Inability to Speak to an Individual Alone; Employer Holding Identity Documents; Signs of Physical Abuse; Major Trauma, Depression, or Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder; Submissive or Fearful and more
B. Court, Corrections-Based, Domestic Violence Shelter, Law Enforcement-Based, Prosecutor-Based Advocates, and Rape Crisis/Hospital.
C. Language; Perception of Law Enforcement and the Legal System; Fear of Deportation; Cultural Issues; Religious Issues; Racism; Economic Barriers; and International Parental Kidnapping.
D. To understand their respective roles and “generate thoughtful consideration among police administrators and victim advocates on various elements that may be considered for inclusion in a policy.”
Improved coordination and collaboration.
F. To minimize retraumatization associated with the criminal justice process by providing the support of victim advocates and service providers, empowering survivors, and providing survivors an opportunity to play a role in seeing their traffickers brought to justice.
G. Advocates can bring the cases of women who fight back and other non-conforming victims of violence before the courts.
H. The abuser may use the victim’s mental health history to discredit a disclosure of abuse; and Dissociated or fragmented thoughts and an inability to process information may affect a victim’s ability to recognize and avoid danger as well as her ability to participate in the criminal justice system response.
I. Safety plans must be comprehensive, address basic human needs and provide a life plan, not just strategies for responding to physical violence.
J. Cyber crimes which can include sexting and cyber stalking, human trafficking, teen dating violence, women who fight back, and law enforcement who batter.
K. Central to the dangerous nature of police perpetrated domestic violence is abuse of the training, access to information, discretion, and authority that distinguish policing from other professions.
L. The needs, beliefs, and interests of the victims.
M. The rough estimates are available, increased efforts and improved means for research, data collection, and evaluation.