Models of reporting sexual assault to police – Info for Organisations

Models of reporting sexual assault to police – Info for Organisations

This Policy Briefing is from the RMIT University about their research into anonymous and confidential reporting of sexual assault. BRISSC have received this policy because we have expressed an interest as a stakeholder supporting survivors of sexual assault.  

Given the current media and political focus on reporting options for sexual assault victim-survivors, RMIT are providing a briefing paper to assist organisations to respond to queries and develop policy responses.
RMIT will respond to specific questions you might have about informal reporting options relevant to your organisation. Please find the brief below.

Contact people: A/Prof Georgina Heydon (Lead Chief Investigator) Mob 0422506670 Criminology and Justice Studies, RMIT University, Melbourne
A/Prof Nicola Henry (Chief Investigator)
Dr Rachel Loney-Howes (Chief Investigator – University of Wollongong)

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