CVPS was established in 2012 with an aim to generate interdisciplinary and collaborative research on socio-behavioral issues related to family functioning, gender roles, safety, crime and criminal justice system. We organize scholarly discussions and seminars as well as peer education programs, drug prevention & mental health awareness workshops for students. We have worked on research projects related to these areas such as euthanasia, death penalty, conflict management etc. Our research so far, has integrated the interdependency between law and behavioral studies. By understanding the psychological, sociological, cultural and legal aspects of victimology, we propose suggestions for the legislature, policy makers and researchers to assist the victims in the best possible manner.