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Subject The study ”Unmet needs and service satisfaction of victim support for the direct and indirect victim  
Writer VOCI E-mail agi0942@naver.com
Date 2018-06-08 12:11:34 Hits 156   /   IP:14.52.162.215

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Results from a cross-sectional survey in Taiwan” was recently published. The study shows that the vast majority (83%) of victims of violent crime who participanted in the survey received some kind of services. However, a 66.3% of them still reported that the services were insufficient. The finding suggests that while some victims did have a  need for services, their individual circumstances hindered their access to the needed services. The author suggests that it may be time to rethink current victim support services and see access to victim support as a ”right” for victims rather than a ”welfare” service to predetermined groups of victims.

 
No. Subject Writer Date
7 The study ”Unmet needs and service satisfaction of victim support for the direct and indirect victim VOCI 2018-06-08
6 Essential Services module-5-coordination VOCI 2016-09-08
5 Essential Services module-4-social_services VOCI 2016-09-08
4 Essential Services module-3-police_and_justice VOCI 2016-09-08
3 Essential Services module-2-health VOCI 2016-09-08
2 Essential Services module-1-overview VOCI 2016-09-08
1 Article - Recognizing the role of victim supports VOCI 2016-09-05
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