Victims Sample Clauses

Victims. 1. Victims participating in the proceedings in accordance with rules 89 to 91 of the Rules of Procedure and Evidence shall enjoy the following privileges, immunities and facilities to the extent necessary for their appearance before the Court, including the time spent on journeys in connection with their appearance before the Court, subject to the production of the document referred to in paragraph 2 of this article:
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Victims a. The School Entity shall promptly notify the parent or guardian of a victim when the Law Enforcement Authority interviews that victim. The Law Enforcement Authority shall follow its policies and procedures when interviewing a victim to ensure the protection of the victim’s legal and constitutional rights.
Victims. The NPS will co-operate with the CRC as required in relation to domestic homicide reviews and serious case reviews where the CRC has any involvement with the case. The NPS will request and receive information from the CRC to support the NPS’ statutory victim liaison duty. The NPS will liaise with the CRC in relation to the suitability of any referrals that are made by the CRC into the VLO scheme and will consider the suitability of all referrals received on allocated persons (including proposals for discretionary or voluntary victim contact). The NPS will co-operate with the CRC to facilitate an effective service for victims.
Victims. 8.1. The Parties agree that it is essential to acknowledge and address the suffering of victims, paying attention to the most vulnerable groups, and to promote and facilitate their right to contribute to society.
Victims. Redressing victims is at the core of the National Government – FARC-EP Agreement. In this sense, the following shall be addressed:
Victims. Victims' photographs will only be released with permission from the victim or their relatives. Pursuits Details of all police pursuits are not routinely released to the media unless they result in a serious or fatal accident or are linked to a serious crime. However, if the media are aware of an incident, brief details may be given, confirming that a vehicle was being followed by a police car, the time and location of the pursuit, how the pursuit started, brief details of the vehicle which was being followed, and any injuries. Details about how the accident happened will not be confirmed so as not to prejudice any investigation by the Independent Police Complaints Commission or any future court proceedings.
Victims. 4.1. Victims, regardless of whether they are staff or prisoners, are entitled to services under the Victim’s Code. NOMS, the police and CPS will comply with their responsibilities as set out in the Code of Practice for Victims of Crime.
Victims. The victims identified by officers in South Gloucestershire only share one detail, their age. All are post retirement in age. In most cases there are other issues that add to the vulnerability of the person, including mobility issues and/or cognitive conditions such as Dementia. There is no other common detail shared by the victims – some live alone whereas others live with a spouse or family member, they live across the district with no particular area identified as a hotspot, and affluence does not seem to be a factor either. The following are some of the victims officers have met:
Victims. In the construction of a stable and lasting peace, the recognition of the victims and their rights is essential, in this way the treatment and the resolution to the situation must be based in truth, justice, reparation, and the promises of no repetition and never forgetting. The union of these elements lays the foundation for the pardon and projects the process of reconciliation.
Victims. Victims participating in the proceedings in accordance with rules 89 to 91 of the Rules of Procedure and Evidence shall enjoy the following privileges, immunities and facilities to the extent necessary for their appearance before the Court, including the time spent on journeys in connection with their appearance before the Court, subject to the production of the document referred to in paragraph 2 of this article: Immunity from personal arrest or detention; Immunity from seizure of their personal baggage unless there are serious grounds for believing that the baggage contains articles the import or export of which is prohibited by law or controlled by the quarantine regulations of the State Party concerned; Immunity from legal process of every kind in respect of words spoken or written and all acts performed by them in the course of their appearance before the Court, which immunity shall continue to be accorded even after their appearance before the Court; Exemption from immigration restrictions or alien registration when they travel to and from the Court for purposes of their appearance. Victims participating in the proceedings in accordance with rules 89 to 91 of the Rules of Procedure and Evidence who enjoy the privileges, immunities and facilities referred to in paragraph 1 of this article shall be provided by the Court with a document certifying their participation in the proceedings of the Court and specifying a time period for that participation.