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Collaborating with Law Enforcement, Improving Survivor Response

OAESV works with law enforcement officials in communities across Ohio to improve the response to sexual assault, help protect communities, and help to hold offenders accountable. If you are a law enforcement official who is interested in training or technical assistance related to trauma, response, or SARTs, please contact our SART Project Coordinator.

Resources for Law Enforcement

LAWS & STATS
Presence of Victim Advocate During Sexual Assault Exam: Summary of State Laws
Crime Victim Law Update 2012 Year in Review
Legal Definitions Fact Sheet
Ohio Age of Consent Fact Sheet
Violent Crime Against Youth, 1994-2010
Crime Against Persons with Disabilities, 2009-2011
 
WORKING WITH SURVIVORS
Survivor Rights & Resources Fact Sheet
Fundamentals of Victims’ Rights: A Summary of 12 Common Victims’ Rights
Police Interviews of Sexual Assault Reports – Do Attitudes Matter
Training Bulletin: Recording Victim Interviews
Multidisciplinary Response to Crime Victims with Disabilities
National Institute of Justice Webinar: The Neurobiology of Sexual Assault
National Survey of Service Providers on Police Response to Immigrant Crime Victims, U Visa Certification and Language Access from the National Immigrant Women’s Advocacy Project
 
WORKING WITH PERPETRATORS
Routine Strip-Searches Upheld for Intake into Jail’s General Population
Center for Sex Offender Management
 
TRAINING & EDUCATION
Training Bulletin: New Option Available for GHB Testing
Untested Evidence in Sexual Assault Cases: Using Research to Guide Policy and Practice
NIJ Seminar Series: Research for the Real World
Federal Law Enforcement Training Center
Sexual Assault Training & Investigations
Security Clearance Guidance