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Text of Virginia legislation concerning victim visits with prisoners
from the new statute:
The Department shall promulgate a policy to assist a person who was a victim of a crime committed by an offender incarcerated in any state correctional facility to visit with such offender. Such policy may include provisions necessary to preserve the safety and security of those at such visit and the good order of the facility, including consideration of the offender's security level, crime committed, and institutional behavior of the offender. The Department shall make whatever arrangements are necessary to effectuate such a visit. This subsection shall not apply to juvenile victims.
New Items in the RJ Online Database
New additions to the RJ Online research database over the last week covered several issues related to truth and reconciliation commissions, specialty courts, workplace conflict, facilitator experiences, and the danger of net-widening.