Question Description: Informational Brochure: Victims’ Rights and Services
Imagine this scenario: You have been hired to create a brochure on victims’ rights and services. The brochure will be distributed to businesses, schools, community centers, places of worship, and other areas where exposure is high. The brochure will focus on crime and victims in Washington, D.C.
Perform research in the Walden Library and the Internet to find scholarly resources that focus on crime and victim statistics in Washington, D.C. You can also utilize crime mapping tools and crime statistics databases.
Subject Research: Criminal Justice & Security
Develop a brochure that includes the following:
• A cover/title panel with graphics and statistics
• The Crime Victim’s Bill of Rights
• The Crime Victims Compensation Program in Washington, D.C.
• Types of victims
• Community resources in Washington, D.C.
2. Reflection 0.5 pages
At the end of each module, you will reflect on what you learned in the module Victim Impacts Statement, victims Advocates and Victims’ Rights and Services”.
Write 1–2 paragraphs in which you discuss what you found most interesting, and explain. Discuss whether factors of class, race, and sexual orientation affect the perception of the victim by different constituents, including the public, the court system, and the media.