A person or living creature destroyed by, or suffering grievous injury from, another, from fortune or from accident; as, the victim of a defaulter; the victim of a railroad accident.
Person who has suffered as a result of an actual or attempted criminal action.
A person who has been affected by a disaster. There are three classes of victims: primary victims-- those who are affected by the physical impact of the disaster; secondary victims-- those who reside within an affected community or on the border of an affected area and suffer economic loss due to the disaster or actions taken by relief operations; and tertiary victims-- those who are indirectly affected. Tertiary victims may live in the same country, but not necessarily in the disaster areas. See also victim distribution.
a person against whom a crime has been committed.
a person who suffers or loses something as the result of a crime.
A person who suffers harm or death.
Any person or entity who has had a crime committed against them. to top
Victim is the general term used to describe the person who has been physically, financially or mentally affected by a criminal or civil offence.
A person who has been harmed or hurt by another person or some kind of accident. ("Katie became the victim of her father's sexual touching when she was only three years old.")
Anyone who suffers emotional or physical injuries or who dies as a result of a crime.
an unfortunate person who suffers from some adverse circumstance
a person who is tricked or swindled
a co-ed program, although seminars for women only may be scheduled
a nationally recognized crime prevention program, developed by the National Rifle Association, that promotes awareness and prevention of criminal attack
a person (an individual) who suffers direct or threatened physical, psychological, or financial harm as a result of a criminal act
a person who believes himself acted upon by forces (causes) beyond his power and control
a person who fundamentally accounts for misfortune in their lives on the basis of what the other does to them
a person who has suffered harm as the result of crime
a person who has suffered wrong or unjustly harm of some sort at the hands of another
a person who suffers physical or emotional harm, or loss or damage to property because of a criminal offence
a person with a life in chaos
a person without choice
a seminar geared toward awareness and prevention of criminal confrontations
a student who suffered a personal injury or injury to his or her property as a direct result of a violent criminal offense
The individual against whom a crime has been committed, or the family/close friends of a person who has been murdered.
An individual who suffers direct or threatened physical, emotional, financial, or spiritual harm as a result of a crime. This includes family members of: homicide /DWI victims, minors, and of and incompetent victim.
an individual, business or neighborhood association against whom a crime is committed.
The person who is the object of a crime or civil wrong (tort).
a person who is affected due to an act by another
An individual who is the subject of an occurrence, such as a crime, is usually acted upon by another or others and is generally affected by the use of force, such as assaults or fire. For the purpose of the reporting requirment, victim refers to the individual who was attacked or otherwise injured by the perpetrator(s). It does not necessarily refer to the person wo was most seriously injured.
The person, family, and/ or community harmed by an offender's behavior.
A person, or next of kin if the crime was a homicide, who has sustained physical or financial injury to person or property as a direct result of the crime charged.
the victim varies according to the offence category: For murder and attempted murder, manslaughter and driving causing death, assault, sexual assault and kidnapping/abduction, the victim is an individual person; For robbery, the victim may be either an individual person or an organisation. Where the robbery involves an organisation or business, the element of property ownership is the key to determining the number and type of robbery victims. For blackmail/extortion, the victim may be either an individual person or an organisation; In this publication, 'victim' refers only to persons.
An individual against whom a crime, or an attempted crime, was committed.
"a person who is injured or killed by another or as a result of an event or circumstance" [Oxford
someone or something that is injured, killed or made to suffer; someone who is tricked
An individual who suffers physical or mental injury, or economic loss as a result of a crime.