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    from the sex trafficking industry. The female from Illinois is among the very few victims that can see a happy ending to her story; unfortunately, there are many girls out there who do not share the same story ending and are still trapped in their pimps’ clutches. It is highly likely that the pimp is not in the same place as the victim during the transaction, hence, law enforcers may be able to only rescue victims rather than getting to the root of the problem, which is the traffickers. Unlike…

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    the Cobb County Victim Witness Unit does. I was not surprised about the lengthy steps that were involved in the criminal trial process, however to be able to hear true life scenarios from my supervisor made it more real and very appealing to me. The VWU advocates assist in various ways, such as attending any trial/court hearings to support the victim or witness, assist with any paperwork the victim/witness needs to fill out (restitution or compensation forms) and making sure the victim is…

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    Both victims and witnesses are important players in international criminal proceedings. Historically, victims were not involved in the criminal justice process. Victim participation has to be limited and restricted in regards to investigation and prosecution. Impact statements now exist in the United States, which grants either immediate victims or victims of the family the ability to speak before the jury, the judge, or the convicted defendant. They are able to express themselves; giving them…

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    is a victim. The criminal if convicted is sent to jail and they have to serve out their sentence. But the victim, even though they may obtain justice, will still have to live with what has been done to them. And depending on how law enforcement treats the victim, it will either allow them to move past the violence of the crime, or to live in it every day because nothing was done to be able to move them forward. Because of the lack of training that law enforcement has had to deal with victims, it…

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    The word “bully-victim” is drawn within the grey areas, a phenomenon grasping concepts and of both bullying and victimisation. It embodies the definition of bullying, Yang and Salmivalli (2013) states it is a continuous assault that aims to inflict verbal, physical or psychological distress on a weaker individual (Olweus, 1996). Studies suggest that bully-victims are an impressive group of people due to the portrayal of distinct characteristics (Yang and Salmivalli, 2013), that could be caused…

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    legal services are the rights of individuals in the victim witness program and the moral obligation of society. The first victim study attempting to gather information about victims by actually operating a service for them was undertaken by the center of the study for social intervention in 1973. It found that the greatest need of victims is for immediate financial aid, followed by physical health car, emotional care and legal assistance. Victims of crime often suffer physical injury, financial…

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    Blaming The Victim

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    Blaming the Victim means that the problem is triggered by the people who are affected by it when they usually are not the true perpetrators. Often, there is a main issue that is causing a specific event or events to continually occur and we should first work at an attempt to solve it. Unfortunately, this is not generally what happens. Generally, people will believe that the victim must have done something wrong or behaved inappropriately, therefore bringing the issue upon themselves. As a result…

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    can be challenging in many ways to complete. There is also only a limited number of T Visa’s given per year, therefore not all victims are guaranteed to receive one (Department of Homeland Security, 2014). Social Policy Critique The Trafficking Victims Protection Act (TVPA) of 2000 was signed into law on October 28, 2000 by President Bill Clinton in an effort to fight against trafficking in persons, of all types; forced enslavement and slavery, the sex trade,. The act is in place to assist…

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    When the victims come in contact with different men, it makes it easier for them to catch something. Even if they catch something, what can they do? They are still slaves to the traffickers, so what can they do? They can do anything except continue spreading this disease. Like slaves body were whipped and abused, sex trafficking victims’ bodies are abused internally as well as externally. They might not be whipped with a whip like they did back during the slavery time, but they do get hit by…

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    Tyler and Phoebe were just two normal kids who were the victims of bullying. They both were cyberbullied relentlessly and both did not want to be bullied anymore(Reinberg). Sadly, both of these children took their own lives due to the constant harassment of their classmates and others through the internet(Ollove). What people do not realize is this happens to so many children all across the U.S. A study done by Campaign for Cyberbullying found that 43% of students have been cyberbullied(11 Facts…

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