Sexual Violence Fact Sheets

MCASA has compiled the fact sheets below regarding sexual violence in the United States. If there is a topic that you would like to see added, please e-mail us at info [at] mcasa.org.

 

Information on Sexual Assault

Sexual Assault in the United States

Reporting Sexual Assault: Why Victims Often Don’t

Testing Sexual Assault Evidence Kits

Cost of Sexual Violence

Behaviors of Sexual Predators Grooming

Alcohol & Drug Facilitated Sexual Assault

Human Trafficking

Accessing Victim Services

Street Harassment

College Sexual Assault

Technology and Sexual Assault

 

Neurobiology and Physiology of Trauma

Neurobiology of PTSD

Neurobiology of Trauma

 

Sexual Assault in Maryland

Sexual Assault in Maryland

Reported Rapes by County in Maryland 2010-2013

Incidence of Child Sexual Abuse – Focus on Maryland

 

Child Sexual Abuse

Child Sexual Abuse

Early Warning Signs and Symptoms of Child Sexual Abuse

Creating Safe Environments: Working to Protect Children from Child Sexual Abuse

Appropriate Responses to a Child Reporting Sexual Abuse & Available Resources

Requirements for Reporting Child Sexual Abuse

 

Sexual Assault in Specific Populations

Sexual Violence Later in Life

Sexual Violence Against People with Disabilities

Sexual Violence Issues for LGBTQ Communities

Men and Boys Affected by Sexual Assault

Sexual Violence Issues for Prisoners

Sexual Violence and Sex Workers

Sexual Violence in the Deaf Community

Latinos and Sexual Assault

African-American Women and Sexual Assault

Women of Color (WOCN): Understanding the Issues

Escape