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Findings from a series of recent studies conducted by Drs. Chad Posick and Christina Policastro reveal that emotional distress is related to both increased police reporting but reduced satisfaction with police encounters. This suggests that responses to victimization must account for the emotional needs of crime victims. A recent brief completed by Chad Posick and Criminal Justice and Criminology graduate student Michael Singleton discuss these findings and implications for crime policy. (see:


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