Issue 20 of Strategies in Brief newsletter discusses using asset forfeiture laws to help deter and disrupt trafficking activities and to help provide victims with monetary support as they begin to rebuild their lives.

 

Issue 21 of the Strategies In Brief Newsletter discusses ways that prosecutors and allied criminal justice professionals can help to return property to victims of human trafficking.

In the January 2014 edition of the Reshape newsletter, Emiliano Diaz de Leon discusses how state coalitions can strategically do outreach to men and boys and increase the capacity of local centers to do the same. He discusses technical assistance approaches, capacity building education ideas, and strategies for raising awareness.

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Issue #19 of the Strategies in Brief Newsletter discusses the Supreme Court's decision to uphold the collection and use of DNA from violent offenders to help solve cold cases. This decision resolved disagreement between federal and state court systems.

Issue #11 of the Strategies Newsletter discusses the influence of a Supreme Court ruling on expert testimony. Read this Issue.

Issues 9 and 10 of the Strategies Prosecutors Newsetter on Violence Against Women discuss finding a balance between victim privacy and offender accountability in cases. Issue 9 offers an overview of confidentiality and privilege laws. Issue 10 discusses protecting privileges and the victims who assert them.

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WCSAP's Partners in Social Change Winter 2012 Newsletter focuses on the role of parents in primary prevention among teenagers. It includes talking points on sex and sexual violence, parent engagement program reviews, and an online tool to help spark discussion.

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Aequitas released Issue #8 of their Strategies Newsletter. The December 2012 edition offers information for prosecutors on sexual abuse in confinement.

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Issue #13 of Strategies In Brief provides a review of research studies on the presence or absence of genital or anal injuries in cases of sexual assault. Absence of injury is relatively common, but this does not necessarily indicate that no assault occurred.

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In the Spring 2012 edition of the Manager's Viewpoint newsletter, WCSAP offers articles and reflections on cost cutting, big picture planning, and leading through challenging economic times.

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