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OVC Help Series for Victims of Crime: Impaired Driving

NCJ Number
254840
Date Published
Annotation
This online brochure from the HELP Brochure Series of the federal Office for Victims of Crime (OVC) addresses the characteristics of the offense and potential victimization harms of impaired driving, identifies victimization needs that frequently occur as a result of impaired driving, and provides information on services available for victims and how to access them.
Abstract
This brochure defines impaired driving, discusses what to do if you are a victim of impaired driving and where to go for help, and provides resources for more information and assistance. This brochure is part of a series of nine brochures featuring information and resources for victims of crime and victim service professionals on the topics of assault, child abuse, domestic violence, homicide, impaired driving, robbery, sexual violence, and stalking.
Date Created: June 23, 2020