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Updated:August 30, 2013

System for Securing Safety

Measures to prevent re-victimization and protection measures

If the crime victims, etc. have received any life threatening intimidation or bodily harm by the same offender, they will be classified as “victims who are in danger of being re-victimized” and will be given instruction on crime prevention and placed under security measures when necessary. When there is a request by the victims who are in need to prevent further harm by the offender or there is a need to prevent further crime, information such as the release of the offender will be notified.

If the offenders are gangsters, crime organizations or corporate racketeers, etc. and the victims are in danger of being harmed by them again, then the victims will be classified as “victims who need protection”. They will be put under necessary protection from any attacks by the gangsters, etc. to ensure prevention of victimization.

If you do receive any life threatening intimidation or bodily harm by the offender or gangsters, etc. please report to the police immediately.

Protective care for victims of spousal violence, child abuse, etc.

When victims of spousal violence, child abuse, stalking, etc. require protective measures to be away from the offender, the police will work in collaboration with Women’s Consulting Offices and Child Consultation Centres.

For more information please contact the officer in charge or the Women’s Consulting Office and Child Consultation Centre in charge of the case.

Human-rights Remedy System against violation of privacy, etc.

When crime victims, etc. are hurt by receiving groundless rumours and insults, or  have become victims of an invasion of privacy, the Human Rights Organs of the Ministry of Justice have protection measures in place such as counselling, and carrying out of measures against the criminal such as an accusation or warning to stop the violation of human rights.

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