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Rape Prevention Information and Resources

  • Sexual Assault Information

    Rape is a violent and vicious crime of dominance and aggression against women, men, and children. But what do you do if it happens to you or someone you love? Find information here on this victims should know, the victim's friends should know, along with fact sheets on sexual assault, acquaintance rape, and post traumatic stress disorder in sexual assault victims. More >>
  • Myths About Rape

    Despite the prevalence of sexual assault in the United States, a number of misconceptions surround this crime and its victims. More >>
  • Safety Precautions

    While taking precautions will not always keep you from become a victim of crime.  They will increase your awareness of what's going on around you and may enable you to recognize trouble in the making. More >>
  • Assault Fact Sheet

    Aggravated assault accounts for most of the violent crime in the United States.More >>
  • Domestic Violence Action Plan

    These safety suggestions have been compiled from safety plans distributed by state domestic violence coalitions from around the country. Following these suggestions is not a guarantee of safety, but could help to improve your safety situation. More >>
  • Some Short Facts About Rape

    In 1994 for every 1000 persons age 12 or older, there occurred two rapes or attempted rapes. 1 in 3 females will be sexually abused at some time in their lives. 1 in 6 males will be sexually abusedMore >>
  • Stalking Information

    There are proactive measures you can take if you believe you are being pursued by a stalker.  Find out what stalking is and how to record important information in this section. More >>
  • Information on Children and Sexual Assault

    Children of all ages need to be aware of improper touching and their right to say "NO."  Check this section for Child Abuse Questions and Answers and child abuse topics that can be discussed with children of all ages. More >>
  • Community Checklist for Ending Violence Against Women

    Want to know what your group, business or church can do to reduce violence against women.  Start here for some good ideas.More >>
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