bc continuing education
This course examines a wide range of victimization experiences from the perspective of the victim, their families, and society. Crimes studied include robbery, burglary, car jacking, assault and battery, rape, domestic violence, stalking, homicide, arson, child sexual abuse and exploitation, child pornography crimes, federal crimes, identity theft, terrorism, and Internet crimes. Emphasis is on exploring the etiology of trauma, motivational issues of offending, response patterns to victimization, secondary trauma effects of victimization, and community and media response. Class format will utilize cases from the forensic practice of the lecturers.
|09/04/13 - 12/04/13
4:00 - 7:00
Requests to transfer payments to another course, and cancellations, are only accepted in writing (or by e-mail to email@example.com) four weeks prior to the start of the course.
A refund (less $50 administrative costs) is provided only if a cancellation is requested in writing (or by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org) four weeks prior to the start of the course. No refunds will be made for cancellations requested after that date or for no-shows.