National Indian Country Clearinghouse on Sexual Assault

Students At Schools And Universities publications

 

Publications:


Medical Resources - 4

Additional Resources - 11

 

Medical Resources

 

A Teen's Guide to Safety Planning A Teen's Guide to Safety Planning

 

This document, authored and distributed by Love Is Respect Dot Org, discusses effective safety planning for teenage victims.

 

 

Check Ins Check Ins

 

This document, authored and distributed by Love Is Respect Dot Org, discusses effective safety planning for victims in the light of social media that allows you or your friends to share your location like Facebook or Foursquare.

 

 

Social Networking Safety Social Networking Safety

 

This document, authored and distributed by www.loveisrespect.org, discusses effective safety planning for victims utilizing social media.

 

 

Tribal Colleges and Sexual Assault Services Tribal Colleges and Sexual Assault Services

 

 

 

Additional Resources

 

Campus Sexual Assault Study Campus Sexual Assault Study

 

Campus Sexual Assault (CSA) Study, Final Report (2007). This National Institute of Justice funded report presents the results of a study, conducted by RTI International, examining the prevalence, nature, and reporting of various types of sexual assault experienced by university students in an effort to inform the development of targeted intervention strategies.

 

 

Check Ins Check Ins

 

This document, authored and distributed by Love Is Respect Dot Org, discusses effective safety planning for victims in the light of social media that allows you or your friends to share your location like Facebook or Foursquare.

 

 

Drug-facilitated, Incapacitated, and Forcible Rape: A National Study (2007) Drug-facilitated, Incapacitated, and Forcible Rape: A National Study (2007)

 

This report, which was funded and distributed by the National Institute of Justice, provides information addressing 4 key goals: 1) To identify how many women in the U.S. and in college settings have ever been raped or sexually assaulted during their lifetime and within the past year; 2) To identify key case characteristics of drug-facilitated and forcible rapes; 3) To examine factors that affect the willingness of women to report rape to law enforcement or seek help from their support network; and 4) To make comparisons between the different types of rape with regard to the numbers of women affected in the U.S. and college settings, risk factors, reporting to law enforcement, and mental health consequences.

 

 

Handbook on Justice for Victims Handbook on Justice for Victims

 

This handbook, developed by the United Nations Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice, outlines the basic steps in developing comprehensive assistance services for victims of crime.

 

 

Hate Crimes on Campus: The Problem and Efforts To Confront It (October 2001) Hate Crimes on Campus: The Problem and Efforts To Confront It (October 2001)

 

This Bureau of Justice Assistance monograph examines four aspects of the problem of bias, prejudice, and hate crimes on American college and university campuses.

 

 

Promising Practices Against Hate Crimes: Five State and Local Demonstration Projects (May 2000) 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.

 

 

Safe Harbor: A School-Based Victim Assistance/Violence Prevention Program (December 2002) Safe Harbor: A School-Based Victim Assistance/Violence Prevention Program (December 2002)

 

This Office for Victims of Crime bulletin describes Safe Harbor, a promising practice for addressing violence prevention and victim assistance issues in schools. It summarizes implementation issues and program evaluation results at 10 replication sites around the United States. This bulletin is useful for teachers, administrators, and victim assistance professionals.

 

 

Sexual Assault on Campus: What Colleges and Universities Are Doing About It (December 2005) Sexual Assault on Campus: What Colleges and Universities Are Doing About It (December 2005)

 

This study was funded and distributed by the National Institute of Justice. After summarizing data on the nature and extent of sexual assault on college campuses, this study presents findings on response policies and procedures; reporting options; barriers and facilitators for reporting; reporter training and prevention programming; victim resources; and investigation, adjudication, and campus sanctions.

 

 

Teen Dating Violence: A Literature Review and Annotated Bibliography (July 2011) Teen Dating Violence: A Literature Review and Annotated Bibliography (July 2011)

 

This annotated bibliography and summary of research, commissioned and funded by the National Institute of Justice, identifies significant research carried out in the decade since 1999 on the issue of dating violence among high school and middle school youth.

 

 

The Sexual Victimization of College Women The Sexual Victimization of College Women

 

 

 

Violence Against American Indian and Alaska Native Women and the Criminal Justice Response: What Is Known (2008) Violence Against American Indian and Alaska Native Women and the Criminal Justice Response: What Is Known (2008)

 

This report was funded by a National Institute of Justice Grant. Based on a synthesis of the empirical literature and original data analyses, this report presents an overview of the epidemiology of violence against American-Indian and Alaska-Native women as well as a review of the criminal justice responses to this violence.

 

 

National Indian Country Clearinghouse on Sexual Assault, a project by the Southwest Center for Law and Policy © 2018

This project was supported by  Grant No. 2011-TA-AX-K045 awarded by the Office on Violence Against Women. Points of view in this document are those of the author and do not necessary represent the official position of the U.S. Department of Justice. All rights reserved. | Privacy policy