• 1.0 Introduction
  • 2.0 Respect and Recognition
  • 2.1 Cover the Needs of Indirect Victims
  • 2.2 Improve Provision of Training to Victims Practitioners
  • 2.3 Ensure Assessment is Carried out on Victims’ Needs
  • 2.4 Ensure that Organisations Dealing with Victims are Coordinated
  • 2.5 Ensure that Vulnerable Victims are Identified
  • 2.6 Ensure that Vulnerable Victims Receive Appropriate Services
  • 3.0 Protection
  • 3.1 European Protection Order
  • 3.2 Ensure Contact Between Offender and Victim can be Avoided
  • 3.3 Ensure Privacy of the Victim is Protected
  • 4.0 Support
  • 4.1 Establish Minimum Level of Victim Support Services
  • 4.2 Coordinate Victim Support Services
  • 4.3 Ensure Immediate Assistance Available
  • 5.0 Access to Justice
  • 5.1 Ensure Victims Receive Information in Appropriate/Timely Manner
  • 5.2 Provide Victims with Right to Attend Trial
  • 5.3 Non-Native Speaking Victims to Receive Translation/ Interpretation
  • 5.4 Victims have the Right to have Decisions Reviewed
  • 5.5 Victims have the Right to Legal Aid and Advice
  • 6.0 Compensation and Restoration
  • 6.1 Assist Victims to Recover Offender Compensation
  • 6.2 Application Cross Border State Compensation in own Language
  • 6.3 Minimum Application Period for Cross-Border State Compensation
  • 6.4 Minimum Standards on Access to Restorative Justice
  • 6.5 Minimum Quality Standards on Access to Restorative Justice
  • 7.0 Overall Assessment