|Title:||Responding to hate crime : a multidisciplinary curriculum for law enforcement and victim assistance professionals||Authors:||McLaughlin, Karen A.
Brilliant, Kelly J.
|Corporate Authors:||Education Development Center (EDC). National Center for Hate Crime Prevention
United States Department of Justice. Office for Victims of Crime (OVC)
|Subject Keywords:||hate crime ; racism and xenophobia ; law enforcement ; victims ; ethnic groups ; religious or belief groups ; gay||Key Issues:||Hate crime ; Racism and xenophobia ; Homophobia||Issue Date:||Feb-2000||Publisher:||EDC||Publication Country:||United States||Publication Place :||Newton||Material Type:||tools and guides||Language:||English||Country:||United States||Country Coverage:||United States||URL display:||https://www.ncjrs.gov/ovc_archives/reports/responding/welcome.html||Abstract:||This training package builds on the best efforts and practices to date, identified by national experts in law enforcement, victim assistance, and hate crime prevention and response. This curriculum differs from others in that it is intended for a multidisciplinary training audience, including law enforcement officers, victim advocates, and community-based organizations. It was field-tested to ensure its relevance to both victim assistance and law enforcement professionals and its user-friendliness.||Physical Description:||199 p.||URI:||http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12389/19296|
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