Crime Survivors Speak: National Survey of Victims' Views on Safety and Justice
3 October 2022
The study found that most victims do not and points to opportunities for further research and receive help in the aftermath of crime, and perhaps to reform to advance policies that align with the needs the surprise of some, victims overwhelmingly prefer and perspectives of victims. [...] LAST DECADE MORE THAN VICTIMS SURVEYED Survivors of violent crime are the most likely to REPORT BEING A experience repeat victimization 9 IN 10 VICTIM OF MULTIPLE CRIMES Violence impacts people of all walks of life and the people who experience crime are as diverse as the country itself. [...] People with low incomes, people of color, people with disabilities, people who are LGBTQ, The 2022 National Survey of Victims’ Views found that people who are unhoused, and people with records repeat crime victims bear a sharply disproportionate are significantly more vulnerable to becoming victims share of the impact of crime and violence. [...] 8 // CRIME SURVIVORS SPEAK 2022: NATIONAL SURVEY OF VICTIMS’ VIEWS ON SAFETY AND JUSTICE CRIME SURVIVORS SPEAK 2022: NATIONAL SURVEY OF VICTIMS’ VIEWS ON SAFETY AND JUSTICE // 9 People of Color Are More Likely to be Victims People With Disabilities are More Likely to be of Crime Victims of Crime According to an analysis from the national Center for A report from the U. [...] The 2022 National Survey of Victims’ Views found that people who have a past conviction homicides at 20 times the rate are 140 percent as likely to report having been a of white boys and young men of victim in the past ten years compared to people who the same age range.8 have never been convicted of a crime, and they are nearly twice as likely to report having been the victim of a violent crime.