The Criminal Injuries Compensation Appeals Panel illuminates the treatment of victims.
The Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority offers some relevant information on victims. Since its introduction in 1964, it has provided tangible acknowledgement of society’s sympathy for innocent victims of violent crime or those injured trying to apprehend criminals or prevent a crime.
KnifeCrimes.Org is an online knife, gun and gang related information resource. They provide help and support to families and friends affected by serious violent crime or those bereaved as a result of murder or manslaughter.
The victims page of direct.gov.uk provides information for those who see a crime happen, or may be victims themselves.
Victim Support is the national charity which helps people affected by crime. They provide free, confidential support to help victims deal with their experience, whether or not they report the crime.
Victim Support Scotland provides practical advice, emotional support and assistance to victims of crime in Scotland.
Amnesty International campaigns to promote awareness of, and oppose abuse of, human rights. They undertake a range of educational activities, promoting the values contained in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) and other international agreed human rights standards.
The Council on Crime and Justice is an independent, non-profit organisation which has been involved in such areas as offender services, alternative sanctions, victim's rights, and restorative justice.
The International Crime Victim Survey is the most far reaching programme of standardised sample surveys to explore householders’ experience with crime, policing, crime prevention and attitudes to safety in many countries.
The National Center for Victims of Crime in America describe themselves as “the nation's leading resource and advocacy organization for crime victims". There is a wealth of useful resources available on this comprehensive site.
The US Office for Victims of Crime (OVC) oversees diverse programmes that benefit victims of crime. OVC funds state victim assistance and compensation programmes. It supports training for criminal justice and allied professionals on the rights and needs of victims.
The Victim & Victimology Resources site of the Northeastern State University university provides a wide ranging list of American and international web resources for victims.