Access: Citizens should be provided information in their primary language whenever possible. Special needs and circumstances ought to be attended to for differently-abled victims, diminished competency, or mental illness.
Community: There is a greater collaboration between victim service providers and the Sheriff's Office to ensure consistent information and support.
Information: Citizen needs to be provided information about their rights and resources. If the case moves forward it is necessary to keep the victim informed about the status of the case.
Justice: There is a greater press for improvement of follow-ups, investigations, and holding the offenders accountable. To help achieve justice from the criminal justice system.
Safety: People who become victims of crime are more generally at higher risk to be re-victimized.
Support: Citizens need to receive current and accurate information about victim services professionals and aiding agencies.
Voice: More emphasize is directed to empowering the victims, such as inviting advocates and victims to policy-making in reference to their interests to ensure protocols and policies are geared to meeting victim's needs.