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Resources for Families and Children

 

- Body Ownership

- Child Sexual Abuse Changes Everything

- Raising Child Abuse Awareness in Faith-Based Communities

- Reasons Children Do Not Disclose

- Recognizing Child Abuse

- Role Play Scenarios

- The Offender's Grooming Process

- Understanding Children's Sexual Behaviors

- What Families Need to Know

Victim's Rights

- To be informed of the status of the investigation
- To be informed of the criminal charges filed
- To be informed of the defendant's pretrial status
- To be provided a safe waiting area during trial
- To submit a Victim Impact Statement
- To be consulted on any potential plea agreement
- To be advised of any verdict
- To receive prompt notice of the defendant's release from custody
- To be notified of any scheduled court proceeding, cancellations or changes
- To receive witness fees

Victims and witnesses of crimes committed by juveniles are entitled to the same rights in juvenile delinquency proceedings as in any other proceeding.


Links

ND SAVIN (Statewide Automated Victim Information and Notification)

The ND SAVIN (Statewide Automated Victim Information and Notification) system will interface and gather information. As a result of this information sharing process, victims will be allowed to register to receive important offender status notification information such as release, transfer etc. ND SAVIN will also assist with Protection Order notification and Sex Offender notification.


Documents

A Handbook for Parents of Sexually Abused Children
File Size: 6896.14 kb
Handbook for Parents of Sexually Abused Children

Changing the Child Abuse System
File Size: 293.05 kb
Changing the Child Abuse System

Victim's Rights Poster

File Size: 7.05 kb
Poster outlining the rights of victims