The guides in the Rights and Recourses of Victims of Crime series were created to help you navigate the justice system. Written in clear, easy-to-understand language, they contain information that will help you understand the justice system and how to exercise your rights and recourse.
Each guide provides the answers to questions most frequently asked by victims, including practical advice and useful references for life after an experience of victimization.
In connection with the implementation of the Canadian Victims Bill of Rights (CVBR), the AQPV has developed information tools for victims, those close to them and the people who work with them.
*** These tools were created with funding provided by Justice Canada in cooperation with the Ministère de la Justice du Québec.
Are you the parent of a teenager? The AQPV has created some tools that may be of interest to you.
The AQPV has developed a guide and pamphlet aimed at raising awareness of sexual assault committed by health care professionals to enable victims to recognize and identify what has happened to them. These publications also explain how to recognize warning signs, debunk prejudices and myths about victims, and provide information on how to get help.
Guide – Sexual involvement between a health care professional and a client – An inappropriate behaviour, a sexual assault, a crime
Pamphlet- Sexual Involvement Between a Health Care Professional and a Client – An inappropriate behaviour, a sexual assault, a crime
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