procedural and supportive needs victims of hate crime have within the context of criminal proceedings and victim support

Criminology and victimology / Willingness to report a crime

procedural and supportive needs victims of hate crime have within the context of criminal proceedings and victim support

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Summary

This study primarily aimed to find an (explorative) answer to the question what procedural and supportive needs victims of hate crime have within the context of criminal proceedings, and to what extent the Dutch criminal procedure and victim support currently meet those needs. In order to answer this question, first an inventory was made of the impact of hate crime on various groups of victims, as well as their needs regarding and experiences with criminal proceedings and victim support. The procedural rights and provisions developed for victims of hate crime in foreign jurisdictions (United Kingdom and EU member states) were also studied.

Publication data

Author(s):
Aa, S. van der, Claessen, J., Hofmann, R.
Organization(s):
Maastricht University - Faculty of Law, WODC
Place of publication:
Maastricht
Publisher:
Maastricht University - Faculty of Law
Year of publication:
2020

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