Establishing Minimum Standards on the Rights, Support and Protection of Crime Victims with Specific Protection Needs

Taylor, Louise and Boylan-Kemp, Jo Ann (2014). Establishing Minimum Standards on the Rights, Support and Protection of Crime Victims with Specific Protection Needs. Nottingham Law Journal, 23 pp. 66–73.

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Abstract

This paper focuses on Articles 22–24 of the 2012 EU Directive establishing minimum standards on the rights, support and protection of victims of crime, which outline the minimum standards of provision expected in respect of victims with specific protection needs. This article explains the extent of the obligations on the UK under the Directive and assess the suitability of our English domestic law in meeting these requirements.

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  • 76496
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  • Journal Item
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  • 0965-0660
  • Keywords
  • EU Victims Directive; specific protection needs; vulnerable and intimidated victims; criminal justice
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  • Faculty of Business and Law (FBL) > Law
    Faculty of Business and Law (FBL)
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  • Louise Taylor

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