The Blueprint for Campus Police: Responding to Sexual Assault

Addresses gaps in current sexual assault research, and identifies best practices in campus police response to sexual assault. The blueprint presents a multi-tiered approach to implementing victim-centered and trauma-informed practices for responding to sexual assault cases. It is intended to serve as a guide for police at all levels (chief executives, investigation, and patrol), particularly campus police.

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The University of Texas at Austin: Institute on Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault
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