Presents information through of a format of a case file. Curriculum uses small group exercises and plenary discussions and covers effects of rape myths and stereotypes on charging decisions, jury selection and jury deliberations; how victim impact affects victim interviewing and preparation; experts such as sexual assault forensic examiners; drug-facilitated rape; plea offers and sentencing. 4-Day Curriculum available in web-based format as a HTML and MS Word document.
A training guide designed to increase reporting, improve investigations and prosecutions, improve treatment of victims and offenders, and provide guidelines for judges in sentencing. Training manual available in web-based format as a PDF, TXT, or HTML document.
An example of sexual harassment and arbitration through teen court. Includes a 27-minute VHS and a teacher’s guide with lesson plans, handouts, and activities. The National Institutes of Health found this program to demonstrate significant effects and it has won the Telly and Summit awards.
Investigates non-stranger sexual assault. Training materials include 12 content modules, 12 trainer's curriculum units, classroom overheads, and supplemental materials that include sample affidavits and search warrants. Training manual available in web-based format as a PDF or HTML document
A toolkit offering facts about emergency contraception and four strategies to increase access: legislation, administrative efforts, litigation and voluntary efforts. 124-page document. Available online in PDF format (free).
A comprehensive book that includes techniques for interviewing offenders, diagnostic issues, instrumentation, evaluation reports, presenting in court, and ethical issues. 262-page book
An evidence-based analysis of coercive sex from developmental criminology, evolutionary psychology, psychopathology, and psychophysiology examining factors that influence the likelihood of rape. 305-page book
This book provides information on evaluation and treatment of victims, and legal and prosecution issues of sexual violence at different life stages, situations, and individual capabilities. Book (2 volume set), 1386 pages. Supplementary CD also available.
A sexual assault reference guide covering diagnosis, treatment, roles of interdisciplinary team members, evidence collection, and interventions to protect victims and prosecute offenders. 576-page book
An evaluation of current criminal justice responses, policies, and practices regarding sexual violence focusing on methodological and ideological issues, rape law reform, social contexts of sexual assault, and community responses. 256-page book