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Who Watches the Watchers: Domestic Violence and Law Enforcement

October 12, 2023
The average messaging of most anti-violence organizations include some variation on the following: “If you are in immediate danger, call 911.” Embedded in directing a victim of violence to call 911 is a key assumption—that law enforcement will make that person safer. But the headlines regularly feature stories of law enforcement officers accused of abuse: of their own partners, the victims they’re supposed to be helping, and incarcerated survivors of violence. Check out this blog post from NSVRC...

Gender, Campus Sexual Violence, Cultural Betrayal, Institutional Betrayal, and Institutional Support in U.S. Ethnic Minority College Students: A Descriptive Study

September 18, 2023
Women and ethnic minorities are at increased risk for campus sexual violence (CSV). Due to inequality, within-group victimization in marginalized communities includes cultural betrayal. Universities commit institutional betrayal (e.g., inadequate prevention) and institutional support (e.g., sensitivity). With a campus climate survey, the purpose of the study is to characterize, by gender, U.S. ethnic minority undergraduates’ CSV, cultural and institutional betrayal, and institutional support. Do...

National Campus Safety Awareness Month: Empowering Students for a Secure Future

September 15, 2023
National Campus Safety Awareness Month serves as a reminder to students, faculty, and administrators that safety should always be a top priority. It provides an opportunity to promote open discussions, educate individuals, and implement proactive measures that can help reduce risks and prevent incidents on campus. According to the Rape, Abuse, and Incest National Network (RAINN), more than 50% of all college sexual assaults occur in August, September, October, or November, only emphasizing the n...

Sexual violence and intimate partner violence among people with disabilities

August 16, 2023
Understanding Violence Against People with Disabilities Disability affects more than 1 in 4 women and 1 in 5 men in the United States and has been associated with a greater risk of experiencing violence compared to people without a disability.  In the National Intimate Partner and Sexual Violence Survey (NISVS), the term “disability” includes activity limitations an adult may have due to physical, mental, or emotional problems and health problems that require the use of special equipment such as...
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