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The Office for Victims of Crime presents Learning About Victims of Crime: A Training Model for Victim Service Providers and Allied Professionals, which describes the efforts of Denver Victim Services 2000 (VS2000) in providing training, education, and technology to victim service providers and allied professionals (including faith communities, and the law enforcement and legal professions) and shares lessons learned and knowledge gained during the development and implementation of Denver VS2000. To provide comprehensive, coordinated, and seamless delivery of services, staff applied VS2000's trademark collaboration and innovation to yield a distinct service delivery model to meet the specific needs of victims in Denver. Authored by Carol Watkins Ali and Erin Stark and the fifth in a series that documents the VS2000 model and initiatives, this bulletin encourages replication by others with similar initiatives. It is available electronically at
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Title Annotation:Learning About Victims of Crime: A Training Model for Victim Service Providers and Allied Professionals
Publication:The FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin
Article Type:Brief Article
Date:Apr 1, 2005
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