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Recommendations to prevent sexual violence in Oregon

Recommendations to prevent sexual violence in Oregon

a plan of action.

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Published by Oregon Dept. of Human Services, Office of Family Health, Women"s Health Program in Portland, OR .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Women -- Crimes against -- Oregon -- Prevention.,
  • Rape -- Oregon -- Prevention.

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsOregon. Health Division Office of Family Health.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination63 p. :
    Number of Pages63
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16136877M

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    Get Explicit will empower students to be intentional with boundaries, direct with communication, explicit with consent, and engaged as a community member to prevent sexual violence. As Ducks, we cannot simply desire that issues of sexual violence go away—we need to act intentionally and engage explicitly in prevention, which begins with. Every 98 seconds an American is sexually assaulted, according to the Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network (RAINN).

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Recommendations to prevent sexual violence in Oregon Download PDF EPUB FB2

Sexual Violence Prevention Data/Resource Map - This map has been developed by IVPP and the Injury Community Implementation Group (ICIG) to show risk factors, protective factors, and outcomes related to sexual violence, teen dating violence, healthy relationship development, sexual abuse, and sexual health education (i.e.

K education in. (shelved 3 times as sexual-violence) avg rating — 46, ratings — published Want to Read saving. Last Updated (Bad Link Removed): Ma This collection of online resources provides information and tools for caretakers, organizations and communities assuming the responsibility of preventing child sexual abuse.

Through basic information on child sexual development, defining sexual abuse, and learning effective strategies we can prepare to take action steps toward prevention. antiretroviral medications to prevent HIV transmission. The risk of HIV transmission with some non-occupational exposures may be similar or of higher risk than with occupational exposures.

These recommendations provide guidance to health care providers managing potential HIV exposures that occur as a result of sexual assault. The focus is on:File Size: KB. Oregon’s Standards of Practice for Sexual Violence Prevention Sexual violence is preventable, and everyone has a role and a responsibility in preventing it.

Sexual violence prevention happens when we address the root causes of violence and promote healthy and equitable beliefs, attitudes, and behaviors. The University of Oregon is committed to creating a safe, responsible and respectful campus, free from all forms of sexual misconduct and violence.

This is a serious nationwide problem, and a problem on our campus. Addressing this issue is a top priority for the University of Oregon. The entire campus community must continue to work together to change the campus climate —.

Oregon Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence, Portland, Oregon. K likes. Join us in promoting equity, awareness, and empowerment for survivors and communities throughout Oregon.

Oregon Strategic Plan for Sexual Violence Prevention. Executive Summary. The Oregon Strategic Plan for Violence Prevention exists to guide implementation of Oregon’s statewide sexual violence prevention plan, Recommendations to Prevent Sexual Violence in Oregon: A Plan of Action.

Adopted on Octothe plan has a two year time period. partner violence (IPV), sexual violence* by any perpetrator, and other forms of VAW (e.g., physical violence com-mitted by acquaintances or strangers) * The statewide plan, Recom-mendations to Prevent Sexual Violence in Oregon; A Plan of Action provides guidance about preventing sexual violence in Oregon.

For a copy of this plan. Crime victims’ legal rights are guaranteed by the Oregon Constitution and Oregon Revised Statutes Victims’ right to justice includes the right to: play a meaningful role in the criminal or juvenile justice process.

be treated with dignity and respect. receive fair and impartial treatment. receive reasonable protection from the offender. Requesting Rights Crime Victims’ Rights apply.

violence broadly, including child abuse and maltreatment, domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, and same-sex violence between intimate partners. In some of the organizations, child abuse was the original focus, in others it was domestic violence.

In a few, substance abuse, youth violence. Advocate Training. Advocate Training is a hour comprehensive basic sexual assault training for those seeking advocate certification or those providing other support services to sexual assault survivors.

The training covers the foundational topics of sexual assault advocacy in supporting adult and adolescent survivors. The purpose of the Oregon Domestic Violence Fatality Review Team (ODVFRT) is to review domestic-violence related fatalities and make findings and recommendations that can ultimately prevent domestic violence from reaching its most tragic conclusion: death.

ODVFRT reviews only intimate partner violence (IPV) related deaths. Sexual Violence Prevention. Every University of Oregon student has the right to pursue their academic, social, and work activities without fear or intimidation. While any form of unwanted sexual behavior and violence can be difficult to discuss, sexual violence is an issue that exists on college campuses and in communities throughout the country.

based sexual violence center, employers can contact the National Sexual Violence Resource Center (NSVRC) at [email protected] 1 Throughout this document, the terms “victim” and “survivor” are used interchangeably to be inclusive of the various ways people who File Size: KB.

The Oregon Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence is a (c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting equity and social change in order to end violence for all communities.

The new 24/7 Sexual Violence Response and Support Services hotline is SAFE (). If you have comments, suggestions, or questions about the University of Oregon’s sexual violence and harassment prevention and support efforts please contact Sheryl Eyster, associate dean of students.

The book offers the latest data about sex offenders and the novel and powerful legal measures enacted to prevent sexual violence. In recent years, states have initiated programs for sex offenders involving involuntary commitment, mandatory registration, community notification, and even chemical by:   The NSVRC (National Sexual Violence Resource Center) creates and shares resources to help prevent and respond to sexual violence in the United States and.

served as liaisons. Oregon Health & Science University, Evidence-based Practice Center staff who contributed to this project included Kathryn Krages, Miranda Norbraten, Susan Wingenfeld, and Patty Davies, librarian.

Structured Abstract Context Family and intimate partner violence occurs commonly in the U.S. and causes important health Size: 1MB. It’s made up of a network of independent sexual assault service providers, vetted by RAINN, who answer calls to a single, nationwide hotline number.

Since it was first created inthe National Sexual Assault Hotline (HOPE and ) has helped more than 3. The results suggest that the effectiveness of college- or university-based sexual violence prevention programs varies depending on the type of audience, facilitator, format, and program content.

Recommendations from existing reviews of empirical research concerning these program characteristics should be considered by college or university Cited by: If you are trans and a survivor of sexual violence, domestic violence, dating violence, stalking, or hate violence, you can email [email protected] or call their hotline at