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Dealing with the Media

Many homicide co-victims are subjected to the intrusion of what they perceive to be an insensitive media. The competitive quest for sensational, fast-breaking news items may override the need for privacy of anguishing families, who may be experiencing prolonged scrutiny, inaccurate reporting, and gruesome reminders of the violence associated with the death.  The Dart Center for Journalism and Trauma provides tips to journalists who cover murder cases; this information can also be beneficial to victims.  It can be accessed at:

Crime Scene Clean Up Resources

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