The goal of this report is to provide a synthesis of the empirical literature at both the local and national levels that has provided magnitude estimates of violence against American Indian a nd Alaska Native women along with a review of the methodologies on which the estimates are based. The report includes the crimes of homicide, rape and sexual assault, physical assault, and stalking.
This report from the Office on Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention provides an overview of arrests, types of crimes, characteristics of offenders and ways that the criminal justice system is handling internet sex crimes against minors.
This agenda from the CDC’s National Center for Injury Prevention and Control pinpoints seven areas where additional research can have the greatest impact on preventing injuries and controlling their debilitating effects. The research agenda looks at injuries at home in and in communities and has sections on sexual violence, child maltreatment and intimate partner violence as well as others. The CDC will implement the research through universities across the nation, state health departments and not-for-profit organizations engaged in injury prevention work. For a hard copy of the report send a request to OHCINFO@cdc.gov.
Indicators, jointly published by the U.S. Departments of Education and Justice, provides an annual snapshot of specific school crime and safety indicators, covering topics such as victimization, fights, bullying, disorder, teacher injury, weapons, student perceptions of school safety, and others.
This report contains the results from a mulit-year study on the impact of Title V, Section 510 Abstinence Education Programs on youth behavior, including sexual abstinence, risks of pregnancy and sexually transmitted diseases, as well as other related outcomes.
This is the first comprehensive research report from the New York City Alliance Against Sexual Assault on New York City’s acute-care response to sexual violence. The study findings will help to improve existing services offered to sexual assault survivors in the acute care setting.
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