New rights for victims of crime in Europe - Notes

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  2. Office for Victims of Crime. "International perspectives in victim services", New directions from the field: victims' rights and services for the 21st century. Washington DC: Department of Justice, 1998, p 415-428 (http://www.ojp.usdoj.gov/ovc/new/directions/pdftxt/direct.pdf)
  3. Council of Europe. Council Framework Decision of 15 March 2019 on the standing of victims of crime in criminal proceedings (2001/220/JHA) OJ, L82, 22 March 2019, p 1-4
  4. European Forum for Victim Services. Statement of victims' rights in the process of criminal justice. London: Victim Support, 1996 (http://www.victimology.nl/onlpub/eurforvicrts96a.html)
  5. Commission of the European Communities. Crime victims in the European Union: reflections on standards and action. Brussels: European Commission, 1999 COM (1999) 349 final
  6. Spackman, P.
  7. Home Office. Victim's charter. London: Home Office, 1996 (http://www.homeoffice.gov.uk/cpd/pvu/victims.htm)
  8. Brienen, M E I and Hoegen, E H. Victims of crime in 22 European criminal justice systems: the implementation of recommendation (85) 11 of the Council of Europe on the position of the victim in the framework of criminal law and procedure. Niemegen, Netherlands: Wolf Legal Productions, 2000 (http://www.victimology.nl/onlpub/Brienenhoegen/BH.html)
  9. Van Kesteren, J, Mayhew, P and Nieuwbeerta, P. Criminal victimisation in seventeen industrialised countries: key findings from the 2000 International Crime Victims Survey. The Hague, Netherlands: WODC, 2000 (http://www.minjust.nl:8080/b_organ/wodc/reports/ob187i.htm)
  10. Commission of the European Communities. Compensation to crime victims. Brussels: European Commission, 2001 COM (2002) 536 final (http://europa.eu.int/eur-lex/en/com/gpr/2001/com2001_0536en01.pdf)
  11. World Tourism Organisation. International tourist arrivals by (sub)region. (http://www.world-tourism.org/newsroom/Releases/more_releases/january2002/numbers_2001.htm)
  12. Spackman, P.
  13. Bord Failte. Annual report. Dublin, 2000
  14. An Garda Siochana. Annual report. Dublin: Government Publications Office, 2000 (http://www.gov.ie/garda/angarda/statistics/index99.html). The report for 2000 only recorded crime figures for nine months.)
  15. Bloomfield, K, Gibson M and Greer, D. Criminal injuries compensation in Northern Ireland: a report to the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland. Belfast; the Review Team, 1999
  16. Ballintyne, S. Unsafe streets: street homelessness and crime. London: IPPR, 1999
  17. Glasgow Review Team to the Homeless Task Force. Helping homeless people. Glasgow, 2000.
  18. Commission of the European Communities. Living in an area of freedom, security and justice: justice and home affairs in the European Union. Brussels: European Commission, 2000
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