The awareness of crime in our society is creating sensitivity about the potential victimization we all face. Dreams of being victimized are common and on the increase. You can be victimized by almost anything in a dream: beating, rape, theft, murder, a monetary swindle, an abusive sibling, parent, spouse, partner, object ... anything. Each means of being victimized carries with it certain explicit, as well as subtle, implications.
The primary considerations are how vulnerable a position were you in prior to the victimization occurring, and who was the aggressor.
Did a relationship that generated a sense of security suddenly turn evil?
Was it a random act of violence committed by a stranger?
Did you observe or have the feeling that the aggressor knew you or that you were somehow connected with them?
After these considerations are elaborated, turn inquiry to the specific crime and the implications of it.