Non-WCSAP

in WA Department of Corrections facilities
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December, 2013

The Office of Crime Victims Advocacy (OCVA) operates a Sexual Assault Support and Information hotline for people who are incarcerated in Washington State Department of Corrections facilities, and need confidential support related to sexual assault. Calls to this hotline are not recorded, and an incarcerated person is not required to enter their identification number to access it. This service is not limited to support for a sexual assault that happened to them, or that happened while they…

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Incarcerated Survivors
By Gillian Greensite
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June, 2012

Our willingness to become involved in the anti-rape movement deserves support and praise. Whatever particular reason drew you to this most important work, the results will not only help survivors in significant ways but will also give you a connection to the thousands of women and supportive men whose actions have formed a movement of people determined to confront and change the conditions that encourage and support a rape culture. Knowledge of the history of this movement will help you deal…

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Theory & Concepts
que deseo informar a los Centros de Asistencia a las Víctimas de Violación acerca de la prevención de la violencia sexual contra las personas con discapacidades del desarrollo
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June, 2009

Cuando me pidieron que escriba este artículo acerca de la prevención de la violencia contra las personas con discapacidades de desarrollo, me vinieron muchas ideas a la mente. Podría resumir los datos preponderantes y revisar los muchos factores de riesgo para la violencia sexual. Podría hablar acerca de los modelos de colaboración exitosos o del proyecto de prevención de tres años que dirigí en Illinois. O, quizá, podría delinear técnicas específicas para enseñar y estrategias de enseñanza…

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Culturally Specific
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March, 2011

The Office of Crime Victim's Advocacy (OCVA) has developed one service standard for prevention work conducted under the Community Sexual Assault Programs Core Services, Marginalized and Native American Communities, and the RPE program. This Primary Prevention Standard outlines the goal of the standard, eligible activities, participants, and the training required for participating staff.

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Best Practices
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June, 2017

2017 Sexual Violence Prevention Plan

We are pleased to present the "2017 Sexual Violence Prevention Plan," an update to the "2009 Sexual Violence Prevention Plan, Synergies." The period surrounding the development of the 2009 plan was the culmination of a shift in statewide focus away from risk reduction efforts, and toward perpetration reduction. The 2017 plan builds upon that transition. It emphasizes community-driven decision-making and encourages efforts to track and evaluate…

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Planning, Strategies
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August, 2009

Executive Summary

In 1997, Washington State developed its first sexual violence prevention plan. The plan focused on changing the conditions that cause sexual violence. In 2008, the state began the process of revising the plan. Like the 1997 plan, this new plan emphasizes meaningful change rather than symptoms. Both plans view community development as a lever for change.

The Washington State Department of Health and the…

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Planning, Strategies

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