Criminal Justice Process

Transforming Our Nation's Response to Rape Victim Rights Law Center
Book & DVD
January, 2004

1 binder plus 1 DVD

  1. Legal issues
  2. Civil lawsuits
  • Author: WCSAP, Washington Coalition of Sexual Assault Programs
  • Publisher: WCSAP 2004
Criminal Justice Process
Role of Criminal Justice System
January, 1998
  1. Native Women
  2. Native American/Indian Communities
  • Publisher: Cangleska, Inc, 1998.
Native Americans, Criminal Justice Process
January, 2014

The criminal justice system can be daunting for sexual assault survivors. The realities of this system are unknown by most, and the process is not inherently victim-centered. Final decisions about how a case proceeds and resolves are not ultimately in the control of survivors. However, active advocate involvement from reporting to sentencing can help to ensure that survivors’ voices are heard throughout, their needs are met, and their rights are upheld. When driven by the strength and wishes…

Incarcerated Survivors, Criminal Justice Process
January, 2003

Responding to the Andress Decision Advocacy Training.

  1. Advocacy
  2. Sexual Assault/Rape
  • Author: Office of Crime Victims Advocacy, 2003.
Criminal Justice Process
WCSAP Webpage
April, 2017

While we do have an emerging evidence base for effective prevention programs, it is still relatively limited and may not be appropriate for the community you are working with. Sometimes we hear that a research evidence-base is the most important factor in programming. However here in Washington State, and many other places too, we also prioritize community specific, community-driven prevention initiatives and these do not always have an evidence-base established. This tip shares resources to…

Criminal Justice Process, Theory & Concepts

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