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Conclusion: Questions for Policy?
Conclusion: Questions for policy?

The latter chapters of this book have been largely pessimistic in their critical evaluation of the likely success of recent initiatives within the policy domain with respect to victims of crime, but we retain the view that alternative/or additional policy possibilities have yet to be fully explored. The purpose of this chapter is to map the contours of such possibilities in relation to both policy and practice. First it may be useful to summarize, briefly, what the current experience of the criminal justice system might be like for the victim of crime.

Victim Experiences of the Criminal Justice Process

In offering this summary the first difficulty we face is defining what is meant by the victim of crime. As Chapter ...

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