GNESA presents strategies for faith communities to respond to sexual violence in this one page handout.

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The document was produced by the Ad Hoc Committee on Sexual Abuse of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB). It was approved by the full body of U.S. Catholic bishops at its November 2002 General Meeting and revised in 2006.
 Charter for the Protection of Children and Young People, Revised Edition

This resource includes eight sections: Introduction ,The Need for a Campus Plan, Training for Faculty and Staff ,Prevention and Education ,Campus Law Enforcement and Security, Campus Judicial Protocols, Policies and Training, Clery Act, and Victim Services. Campus Blueprint to Address Sexual Assault

This protocol was designed as a guide for criminal justice and health care practitioners who respond to victims of sexual assault.
 A National Protocol for Sexual Assault Medical Forensic Examinations: Adults/Adolescents

"This monograph will explore different psychological and behavioral responses to sexual violence and why these responses appear to be 'counterintuitive' to the general public."
Victim Responses to Sexual Assault: Counterintuitive or Simply Adaptive?

This guide is designed to help you better understand the mandated reporter statute and to outline appropriate actions you should take if you know or suspect a child is being abused or neglected.This guide includes information on:- The process for reporting suspected child maltreatment- The partnership with law enforcement, child protection and licensing agencies- Conditions of neglect and abuse that should be reported- Some behaviors and characteristics of children and families who may need help- Relevant state statutes.Reporting Child Abuse and Neglect: A Resource Guide for Mandated Reporters

This resource provides a list of guidelines for campuses to use when developing sexual assault policies and protocols.Recommended Guidelines for Comprehensive Sexual Assault Response and Prevention on Campus

This booklet is a tool for healthcare providers to screen patients for sexual assault histories. It adapts the SAVE method from the Florida Council Against Sexual Violence and includes special considerations for immediate victims, comorbid conditions, pregnancy/gynecological care, patients with disabilities, males, adolescents and children.
Put Down the Chart, Pick Up the Questions: A Guide to Working with Survivors of Sexual Violence

"This monograph discusses the prosecution of AFSA with a specific focus on AFSA when the victim is voluntarily intoxicated. It begins with a basic overview of toxicology. Next, it suggests a three-step process for prosecuting AFSA cases: (1) making the charging decision; (2) analyzing credibility and corroboration; and (3) trying the case. Finally, the monograph provides techniques for overcoming common defenses."
Prosecuting Alcohol-Facilitated Sexual Assault

This page provides an overview of the CDC’s Rape Prevention and Education Grant
program and also features grantee profiles.

Rape Prevention and Education Grant Program Profiles


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