Victims' Rights & Criminal Justice: History & Victims' Roles


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Which of the following is NOT a victim right?

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1. In the 1970s, where did public victim services come from?

2. When a child is kidnapped, why is law enforcement required to enter information about the child into a national database in a timely manner?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Victims of crimes have rights, services, and funds available to support them, and this quiz/worksheet will evaluate your understanding of them.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

This quiz and worksheet contains questions about the following subjects:

  • Victim rights
  • Act of 1982 in which a kidnapped child's information is required to be imputed into a national database promptly
  • Source of the majority of victim rights and services in the 1960s
  • Fund that contains the national funding for victims all over the country
  • Act of 1984 that set up the Crime Victims Fund

Skills Practiced

  • Reading comprehension - be sure that you understand the most important information from the related lesson about victims' rights and criminal justice
  • Information recall - access the information you've received regarding the origin of victim's rights and services
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer questions about funding for victims

Additional Learning

Learn more about victims' rights by review the accompanying lesson called Victims' Rights & Criminal Justice: History & Victims' Roles. The lesson includes these objectives:

  • Defines victims' rights
  • Explains the rights of victims and their services by using an example
  • Describes how victims used to have very little influence over their rights and services