Extent, Nature, and Consequences of Intimate Partner Violence: Findings From the National Violence Against Women Survey
This National Institute of Justice Research Report compares intimate partner victimization rates across gender, race, and same-sex and opposite-sex cohabitants and examines the rate of injury, victims' use of medical services, and other risk factors.
Hate Crime Victimization, 2003-2011
This report, authored and compiled by the Bureau of Justice Statistics, discusses the frequency and prevalence of hate crimes in the United States between 2003 and 2011.
Promising Practices Against Hate Crimes: Five State and Local Demonstration Projects (May 2000)
The five demonstration programs described in this Bureau of Justice Assistance monograph are among the United States's most promising models for confronting and reducing hate crime. One program provides training to law enforcement professionals; another addresses the needs of hate crime victims; and three focus on bias among youths, with an emphasis on removing hate from public schools.
Transgender Sexual Violence Survivors: A Self-Help Guide to Healing and Understanding (September 2015)
This is a substantial document that includes information about the prevalence of sexual violence against transgender/gender non-conforming individuals; lists common long- and short-term responses to trauma; addresses the question of whether there is a relationship between sexual assault and gender identity issues; discusses issues associated with WPATH Standards of Care and Informed Consent models as they relate to sexual assault survivors and how their gender identity issues are assessed; describes the typical set of services available to sexual violence survivors in their own communities, including how transgender survivors can advocate for their inclusion and/or respectful treatment within such services; provides recommended reading and resource lists of self-help books, websites, and listservs, with annotations describing how well they address transgender survivors and SOFFAs and their issues; and gives quotations from other transgender sexual violence survivors.