Administering Restitution Payments in Brooklyn and Bronx Criminal Courts Report on the Activities of the Victim Services Agency

Overview

This 1980 report evaluates the Victim Services Agency's restitution programs in Brooklyn and Bronx Criminal Courts, which manages cases in which judges order defendants to pay restitution to victims. In both boroughs the programs appeared to have gradually increased the frequency with which court officials order restitution.

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