Ethics in Victim Services Basics
See About This Curriculum for more information.
If an instructor is a subject matter expert but a novice instructor, they should practice each module before the training and refer to training resources such as The Instant Trainer: Quick Tips on How to Teach Others What You Know by Leslie Charles and Chris Clarke-Epstein.
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National Victim Assistance Standards Consortium (NVASC): The Consortium was established as an ad hoc group by the Office for Victims of Crime, U.S. Department of Justice, in partnership with the University of South Carolina's Center for Child and Family Studies. The NVASC developed a set of sixteen standards for victim assistance programs and providers.
- Ethics in Victim Services: This book by Melissa Hook addresses the core ethics of the victims' rights and services field and promotes the self-awareness necessary for effective victim services. For more information about the book, visit www.sidran.org/store.