The human body reacts to sexual assault in often contradictory ways. Understanding the effect of trauma on the brain and body can help judges to understand the reactions of victims. It is important that judges, attorneys, law enforcement, victim advocates, and other professionals understand the neurobiology of traumatic events such as sexual assault so that they can put the behavior of victims in the proper context. Studies on the neurobiology of assault explain the causes behind these behaviors, which are commonly seen in the survivors of sexual assault. Most of the research on the neurobiology of sexual assault is on adult survivors of childhood assaults. While sexual assault can happen at any age and to any gender, the majority of victims are female 82 percent of all juvenile victims and 90 percent of adult victims.
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Let’s Talk About… Gender Based Bullying
Rear Adm. Sailors are very positive about small group training, actors demonstrating different scenarios and how to respond, new videos targeted to specific environments in the Navy and other types of training, said Rear Adm. Sean Buck. Buck last week kicked off a six-month, round-the-world tour of Navy bases in San Diego, where he met with hundreds of sailors and talked about the wide variety of programs his office covers. Young sailors around the world have voluntarily started more than chapters of a group called the Coalition of Sailors Against Destructive Decisions — a group that works to educate other sailors about safe decision-making and fun activities they can participate in during time off that do not include alcohol, Buck said. Buck believes the numbers show that some of the training is working.
Sexual Abuse Prevention and Response Webinar
Spanish, Part 1 and Part 2. English Translation. The PowerPoint presentation promotes greater awareness among Spanish-speaking populations about sexual violence and existing services. This presentation is intended for use by experienced victim advocates, trainers, and promotoras who are fluent in Spanish. We strongly discourage staff who are not fluent in Spanish from using these materials in the interest of providing accurate communication to Spanish-speaking audiences.
Morgan Mercer, founder and CEO of an emerging company that provides sexual harassment training through virtual reality , wants to change that. So she created Vantage Point to address the problem. Using video, Vantage Point VR training has three core models: identification of sexual harassment what it is, how to identify it and how to report it , bystander intervention how to speak out or provide support and response training how to respond if it happens to you.