Crime Victims' Rights Outcome Measures Reporting Form by 69M6fJ4g

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									                                                                                          APPENDIX N
                                  QUARTERLY REPORT ON
                         CRIME VICTIMS’ RIGHTS OUTCOME MEASURES
                                 Complete Form and E-mail or Fax to:
                             cvsdreports@doj.state.or.us or (503) 378-6974

Grantee Agency Name:


Reporting Period: Reports must be submitted for each of the quarters listed below.

   _____ 7/1/09 - 9/30/09 (report due 10/31/09)
   _____ 10/1/09 – 12/31/09 (report due 1/31/10)
   _____ 1/1/10 - 3/31/10 (report due 4/30/10)
   _____ 4/1/10 - 6/30/10 (report due 7/30/10)


1. Please describe how you distribute the “Victims’ Rights Request Form” or otherwise give your clients
an easy way to request the rights that must be requested in order to be rights.




2. How many “Victims’ Rights Request Forms” did you distribute to your clients this reporting period?
____________

3. How many completed “Victims’ Rights Request Forms” were returned to your office this reporting
period? ____________

4. How many crime victims requested each of the ten rights listed on the Request Form?
                                       # Requests
        Crime Victims’ Right         Received This        Current Process for Responding to These
                                        Reporting                           Requests
                                         Period         (Include Agencies Involved in This Process)
 1. In juvenile cases, to withhold
 your address and phone number
 from an alleged youth offender.
 (This right is automatic in adult
 criminal cases.)
 2. To be notified in advance of
 any critical stage of the case heard
 open court.
 3. In a violent felony case, to talk
 with the district attorney or juvenile
 department before a plea agreement
 is made.
                                         # Requests
       Crime Victims’ Right             Received This      Current Process for Responding to These
                                          Reporting                       Requests
                                           Period         (Include Agencies Involved in This Process)
 4. To be notified in advance
 about release hearings.
 5. To limit the distribution of
 information about and recordings of
 sexual conduct.
 6. If the crime involved the
 transmission of body fluids, to
 request HIV testing.
 7. In a DUII automobile collision
 case, to request that information
 about the case that is given to the
 defendant is also shared with you.
 8. To be notified in advance
 about probation revocation
 hearings.
 9. To allow no coverage of sex
 offense proceedings by media
 television, photography or
 recording equipment
 10. To have as a special condition
 of post-prison supervision that the
 person convicted in your case not
 live within three miles of your
 home if you were younger than 18
 years old when the crime occurred
 (exceptions may apply).

5. Please attach a copy of current written policies or procedures your VAP office uses to inform victims of
their rights and respond to their rights requests.

Only submit a response to this question if you have not already done so or there are new
policies or procedures.

								
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