To understand this issues, valid and relevant data, has been used. The gathering of data had a systematic process and only valid evidence or information, has been gather for this purpose. Most of the data, information or evidence has been extracted from the reported crimes and for that FBI and such other agencies have been contacted. The evidence, which they these institutions have provided, helped the organization to classify different cases or types of victimization. In addition, the evidence or data has also helped us understand that in what sort of scenarios, which type of people, are more likely to become a victim of violent or non-violent crime. The data or evidence clearly suggests that people, who know other person, are likely to victimize that person. There is possibility that a person can become victim, of crime, by stranger; however, it is probability that a person would become victim of violent or non-violent crime, by a person, who he/she knows.
The program, to assist or facilitate victims of crime, has been further developed, to ensure that apposite services are provided to those, who have been victimized. In some cases, those who have not reported their victimization or crime against them could also look be looking for such services. In such special cases, a certain process has to be adopted, as without method, no ends can be met. The core is aim is to provide these services to as many people, who are victimized, as we could.