This brief statement from the Ohio Alliance to End Sexual Violence (OAESV) and the National Sexual Violence Resource Center (NSVRC) discusses the verdict from a rape trial in Steubenville, OH that gained national public attention.
This statement from the National Alliance to End Sexual Violence discusses legislative solutions proposed to address the backlog of sexual assault forensic exam kits. It lists the essential elements needed to resolve this issue through legislation.
This statement from the National Sexual Violence Resource Center (NSVRC) concerns the criminal sentencing of Jerry Sandusky to 30-60 years behind bars for child sexual abuse. NSVRC supports these young men and their loved ones who endured years of pain, waiting for justice to be served. Judge Cleland reassured victims by saying, "It is for your courage, not your assault that you will be remembered." The NSVRC echoes this sentiment and applauds the victims’ strength and courage and hopes today brings them an opportunity to further their own paths to healing.
This statement was released in response to the June 22, 2012 verdict in the Sandusky Trial.
This statement discusses Philadelphia Monsignor William J. Lynn being found guilty of child endangerment in a 2012 Philadelphia, PA case and the key responsibilities of adults in leadership positions to prevent sexual violence.
This statement discusses promoting equality for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer or questioning (LGBTQ) communities as a central component to sexual violence prevention.
Multilingual access is critical to sexual violence prevention and intervention. This statement discusses NSVRC's approach to multilingual access within a social justice framework. En Espanol.
This resource is a two-page fact sheet produced by NAESV on the costs and consequences of sexual violence. It includes a general overview of findings from research on the topic, the cost benefits of early intervention, costs for funding sexual assault services, and cost-effective solutions.