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The EU Victims Directive comes into affect in Ireland on 16th November 2015

The EU Victims Directive comes into affect in Ireland on 16th November 2015

The EU Victims' Directive comes into effect in Ireland on 16th November 2015. The directive establishes standards on the rights, support and protection of victims of crime.

These rights include the right to information. This means that victims will now have a right to request a summary of reasons for a decision not to prosecute made by the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) on or after 16th November 2015. They will also have the right to ask for a review of a decision not to prosecute.

The Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions has prepared two information booklets explaining how they make decisions and how victims can ask for reasons and reviews. There is also a Victims and Witnesses section on their website at www.dppireland.ie

 

How to request reasons and reviews

Annual Reports

Annual Reports

 

 CARI Annual Report 2015

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CARI Annual Report 2013 & 2014

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CARI Annual Report 2012

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CARI Annual Report 2011

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CARI Annual Report 2010

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 CARI Annual Report 2008-2009

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Publications

Publications

Understanding & Managing Sexualised Behaviour in Children & Adolescents

Guidelines for parents & carers. Click here to view.

 

 

 CARI Strategic Plan 2011-2014

Shining a light for children in Ireland. Click here to view.