Stop It Now!
2010

This webinar recording discusses the findings of a long term research project to field an understanding of the perceptions that adults have on the topic of child sexual abuse and related issues, like sex offender management and readiness to intervene in a case of suspected abuse.  Select the webcast recording by clicking on the link on the page.  Registration is required.

National Judicial Education Program
2011

This judicial education program addresses issues related to sexual violence within intimate relationships, especially in adjudicating domestic violence cases.

True Child, Inc.
2011

New training addresses gender norms and the impact on reproductive health and justice issues.  Includes discussion of individual risk and societal vulnerability to HIV due to gender norms and stereotypes.

Centers for Disease Control
2011

This online course offers interactive learning features and expert interviews, leading individuals working to end violence through an explanation of leading principles on violence prevention.  The course breaks down components of violence including the economic burdens of violence, child maltreatment, intimate partner violence, sexual violence, and youth violence.

Produced by The New England Adolescent Research Institute Inc. (NEARI) and sponsored by the National Sexual Violence Resource Center (NSVRC)
2011

This 1-2 hour online course was written by Joan Tabachnick, produced by The New England Adolescent Research Institute Inc. (NEARI) and sponsored by the National Sexual Violence Resource Center (NSVRC). It is based on the NSVRC publication of the same name. This course provides the basics for how to encourage friends and family to deter and possibly prevent sexual violence. A certificate of completion for 1 hour of course work is available.

Amy E. Street, Ph.D.
2009

This course aims to provide clear definitions of sexual harassment and sexual trauma and discuss the frequencies and mental health impacts of these events on women and men in the military.
After viewing the presentation, the participant will be able to:

  1. Define the terms used to describe sexual harassment and assault in the military
  2. Report estimates of the frequencies of sexual harassment and assault in the military
  3. Describe the mental health impact of sexual trauma and implications for care
End Violence Against Women International
2010

This module is designed to directly confront the difficult question of false reporting.  It presents realistic dynamics of sexual assault crimes.  

End Violence Against Women International
2010

Although penal code definitions of criminal sex offenses vary, most are conceptually similar and can be understood by analyzing their elements.  This type of analysis is represented in the charts provided with this module.  By following the charts and making a series of decisions, law enforcement investigators can determine not only which specific crime was committed but also frame the entire investigative strategy based on the defense that is most likely to be raised. 

End Violence Against Women International
2010

This module describes the symptoms and stages often experienced by sexual assault victims in order to assist law enforcement and others in understanding the behavior of sexual assault victims.   

End Violence Against Women International
2010

This module examines myths and misconceptions about rape, the reasons for them, and how they affect the investigation of sexual assault.  It will conclude with an examination of the actual characteristics of sexual assaults.

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