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This is for providing information & links to Advocates for Missing Persons
Victims of Crime in New Brunswick
You Are Not Alone: A Parent's Guide to Helping Youth Victims of Crime
This pamphlet does not contain a complete statement of the law in this area and laws change from time to time. Anyone needing advice on his or her specific legal position should consult a lawyer.
Financial contributions for the production of the booklet were provided by Justice Canada, Policy Centre for Victims Issues and the New Brunswick Department of Public Safety, Victim Services.
Table of Contents
Reporting Crime to the Police
Be Strong and Be Supportive
Contact the Department of Public Safety Victim Services
Being Prepared for Court
Going to Court
Following up with Victim Services
Registering for Ongoing Victim Notification
As the parent or guardian of a youth who has been the victim of a crime, you may have many questions about your role and how to best support your child through the criminal justice process. The Department of Public Safety, Victim Services Program can help you, and your child, understand the criminal justice system. They will work with your teen to prepare him/her for their important role as a witness in court.
Domestic Violence Agencies for New Brunswick Canada
Dept. of Justice
Victims of Violence
Separate names with a comma.