Publications & Reports


The following resources are organized by agency/topic: Arizona ReportsFrom the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention, CDC Reference Documents, From the National Sexual Violence Resource Center, PrevalencePrevention, Policy ReportsResearch, and Resources & Toolkits.  Other publications and statistical summaries can be found on the Statistics page of the SVPEP website.

Arizona Reports 


From the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention

CDC Reference Documents

From the National Sexual Violence Resource Center 

  • Impact of Sexual Violence. This two page fact sheet from the NSVRC provides general information on the impact of sexual violence on survivors, significant others and communities. [Posted 2/2011]
  • National Research on Sexual Violence: A Look to the Future.  This fact sheet by the NSVRC provides an overview of key U.S. national research studies currently available on sexual violence with specific attention the National Intimate Partner and Sexual Violence Survey (NISVS). [Posted 7/2011]



Policy Reports

  • Sexual Assault on Campus. A Frustrating Search for Justice. 
    The Center for Public Integrity examined campus-related sexual assaults and published articles about the findings and systematic problems in accurately documenting the total numbers of campus-related sexual assaults. [Posted 02/2010]


Resources & Toolkits


 Updated 8/13

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