Losing a Loved One to Homicide - What We Know about Homicide Co-Victims from Research and Practice

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Losing a Loved One to Homicide - What We Know about Homicide Co-Victims from Research and Practice

Abstract

Homicide co-victims are people who have lost a loved one to homicide, including family members, other relatives or kin, and friends of the deceased. This report by the Center for Victim Research summarizes existing evidence from research and practice and identifies where the field needs to grow to improve our nation’s response to homicide co-victims.

https://ncvc.dspacedirect.org/bitstream/item/1440/CVR%20Research%20Syntheses_Homicide%20Covictims_Report.pdf?sequence=1 (external link)

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