Sexual Assault Prevention on U.S. College Campuses: A National Scan

Draws on a three-pronged approach to addressing and preventing sexual assault on college campuses: trauma-informed practices, community collaboration and engagement, and comprehensive prevention. PreventConnect believes that this approach can lead to better responses when a sexual assault occurs on campus and can ultimately create a shift in cultural norms to prevent sexual violence before it happens. The report also highlights current trends in sexual violence prevention efforts and includes discussion on challenges and opportunities in designing, implementing and evaluating sexual violence prevention strategies on campus.

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