Presenters from the National Center for Victims of Crime (NCVC) and Social Solutions discuss where program evaluation is headed for providers of victims services, specifically in terms of using technology to connect research, evaluation, reporting and service delivery, and how your agency can prepare and become more data-driven in the process.
In this interview, Rebecca Campbell discuss the five primary reasons that Detroit developed a large number of sexual assault kits that were not submitted to the crime lab for DNA-testing. Dr. Campbell — one of the nation’s foremost experts on sexual assault — also talks about how these “risk factors” could apply to other jurisdictions. These are among the first findings to come in on NIJ’s action-research projects in Houston and Detroit to study the issue of unsubmitted evidence in sexual assault cases.
Megan Greeson, Assistant Professor of Psychology at DePaul University, presents preliminary findings via webinar for NSVRC staff and advisors on a research project about Sexual Assault Response Teams (SARTs) in rural communities.
Community collaboration is a vital part of providing support to victims of sexual violence in later life (SVLL). In part 2 of this 3-part podcast series, Mary Beth Pulsifer discusses the creation and ongoing efforts of the New River Valley Elder Justice Task Force to support victims of SVLL in their community.
This resource is for transitional housing programs serving survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, dating violence, and stalking throughout the country. The online toolkit allows transitional housing programs to easily and independently access a wealth of resources and ensures that they have the information needed to enhance their important work with survivors.
In this podcast, Greta Massetti, Chief of the Research and Evaluation Branch at the Division of Violence Prevention, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and Donna Greco, Training and Technical Assistance Director of the National Sexual Violence Resource Center (NSVRC) explore the intersection between HIV/AIDS, sexual and intimate partner violence, and strategies to address and prevent the issues.
This online course is designed to assist local and state sexual violence preventionists, victim advocates, and their community partners in creating pre-disaster plans for their organizations and communities.It highlights four core components of a pre-disaster plan to help organizations recover quickly and continue to provide vital services in a disaster. (~1 hour)
This online course discusses the importance of planning for sexual violence prevention and response before a disaster, and highlights guiding strategies and key community partners in the pre-disaster planning process. (~1 hour)
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