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Two Publications Outline the AACs' Forensic Interview Services for Adult Crime Victims with Disabilities

October 26, 2022 / Victim Services

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A new publication joins the Adult Advocacy Centers' (AACs') existing brochure in outlining our forensic interview services for crime victims with disabilities. Both publications explain the need for these specialized forensic interviews, which are conducted by highly trained professionals with accommodations that make the process accessible according to each person's needs, as is required under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). As in all forensic interviews, the AACs' forensic interviewers gather information in a non-leading manner that may be used in a criminal investigation and can be admissible in a court of law. 

Agencies interested in using the AACs' specialized forensic interview services for adult crime victims with disabilities should use our contact form. 

Read Both Publications

Forensic Interviews for Adult Crime Victims with Disabilities

Forensic Interviews and Victim Advocacy Services for Survivors with Disabilities