Ethics in Victims Services

A skill-building resource that will help victim assistance providers think through common and complex ethical dilemmas as they develop, using a decision-making framework.

Readers have the chance to assess their personal values, moral orientation, and personal bias to consider how these elements influence the decisions they make in the workplace. Exercises in ethical decision-making allow individuals and groups the benefit of forethought: the chance to practice the process through which common dilemmas are solved in a workshop environment.

Marti Anderson of the Crime Victim Assistance Division in the Iowa Attorney General’s Office praised the book for “successfully communicating the core ethics of the victim rights and service field…it is a must-read whether one has been in the field for one month or 30 years.”

Dimensions 9 × 6 × .33 in

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