April 2021 - DC is committed to providing students with a high-quality academic experience. During the provincial emergency and stay-at-home order, in-person learning activities and campus operations may be impacted. For a full list of what is open or operating virtually, please visit our COVID-19 spring semester page.Learn more about courses and services being offered remotely. COVID-19 Pre-entry Screening Questionnaire Report if you are unwell
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In this course, students examine the impact on victims of various types of crime including, cyber crime, homicide, sexual assault, elder abuse, drunk driving, assault, intimate partner violence, globalization, human trafficking and fraud. Students explore issues of grief, loss, trauma response and the costs associated with victimization. Further, students consider the ?revictimization? of individuals, as a result of the limits of existing systems and policies as well as the onset of social networking. Also, students consider the impact of crime on those charged with caring for victims of crime.
Many of the photos on this website were taken prior to the COVID-19 pandemic.