Campus webinar on critical concepts in effective sexual assault response teams

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On April 27th, CALCASA hosted a discussion on critical concepts in effective sexual assault response teams with Donna Barry, APN and Chief Paul Cell, both from Montclair State University.  Not only did they address how to create SARTs on campus, but they also discussed the importance of evaluation and developing best practice response.

Webinar materials include: powerpoint presentation (pdf), text chat transcription (doc), and the audio.

Campus webinar on critical concepts in effective sexual assault response teams (pdf)

Text chat of Campus webinar on critical concepts in sexual assault response teams (pdf)

Audio recording of critical concepts in effective sexual assault response teams

Campus Sexual Assault Response Teams: Program Development and Operational Management

Livia Rojas, MSSW, is the Training and Resource Coordinator in the Campus Program at the California Coalition Against Sexual Assault (CALCASA) where she provides training and technical assistance to recipients of the Department of Justice (DOJ), Office on Violence Against Women (OVW) Grant to Reduce Domestic Violence, Dating Violence, Sexual Assault and Stalking on college and university campuses across the United States and territories. Livia has eleven years of working to advance human rights and student organizing through practice and research.

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  • Dianne Thomas April 28, 2010, 7:36 AM

    Thank you so much for providing this very usefull information. I have been looking for this exact thing for my institution. This will help immensely as we plan a coordinated response to help sexual assault victims.

  • Livia Rojas April 28, 2010, 11:42 AM

    Hi Dianne,

    It is great to hear from campuses adapting tools to improve their response and services in addressing sexual violence. I also recommend the book “Campus Sexual Assault Response Teams: Program Development and Operational Management” which offers chapters written by colleagues in the field at different campuses as a wonderful resource.

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