Center for Victim Research Repository

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Center for Victim Research Library serves as a one-stop resource for victim service providers and researchers to connect and share knowledge to increase (1) access to victim research and data and (2) the utility of research and data collection to crime victim services nationwide.

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  • Aiken, Ashley; Ross, Joshua; Canada, Meredith; Farrington, Elizabeth; Reynolds, Christine (Indiana Criminal Justice Institute, 2017)
    The propose of the Indiana Crime Victimization Survey (ICVS) was to collect data on crimes, both reported and unreported, in Indiana during a specified time period. The survey's intent was to provide an in-depth overview ...
  • Hamby, Sherry; Finkelhor, David; Ormrod, Richard; Turner, Heather (2011)
    The National Survey of Children's Exposure to Violence I was designed to obtain lifetime and one-year incidence estimates of a comprehensive range of childhood victimizations across gender, race, and developmental stage. ...
  • Johnson, Sherri (Virginia Department of Criminal Justice Services, 2013)
    This survey was developed to gather information on investigative, administrative, and judicial processes related to child abuse and neglect, including child sexual abuse/exploitation, in Virginia. The study focused on three ...
  • Spitzberg, Brian H.; Cupach, William R. (Routledge, 2014)
    This is intended to be a relatively comprehensive survey measuring the acknowledgement of stalking and unwanted harassment, the effects of this victimization and the strategies enacted to cope with the victimization. It ...
  • White, Elise; Swaner, Rachel; Genetta, Emily; Lambson, Suvi Hynynen; Dash, Janelle Johnson; Sederbaum, Isaac; Wolf, Ariel (New York Center for Court Innovation, 2017)
    With funding from the National Institute of Justice, the Center for Court Innovation conducted a mixed-method empirical study to fill the knowledge gap. Ultimately, the study’s purpose was to provide an evidence-based ...

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