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Microsoft PowerPoint - SARP S08

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1 Sexual Assault Recovery and Prevention Center 24 hour Free and Confidential Crisis Line 805-545-8888 or 800-656-HOPE Survivor Advocacy & Accompaniments Clinical Counseling Education Programs Women’s Self Defense My Strength Club Bilingual Services Available What is Sexual Assault? The victim may be forced, pressured, threatened, or manipulated . Sexual Assault occurs when a person is exposed to sexual acts without their consent . Examples of Sexual Assault • Child Molestation • Incest • Spousal Rape • Unlawful Sex with a Minor • Rape • Attempted Rape • Sexual Battery • Sexual Harassment What It’s All About • Sexual assault is not sex • It is a violent crime in which sex is used as a weapon • It is an act of anger and aggression • It is used to control, dominate, and overpower the victim Myths and Facts Sexual assault is a rare occurrence TRUE or FALSE Sexual assault can happen to anyone TRUE or FALSE Myths and Facts Strangers commit most acts of sexual assault TRUE or FALSE Victims of sexual assault “ask for it” by the way they act or dress TRUE or FALSE
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2 Myths and Facts It can still be sexual assault even if no physical force is used TRUE or FALSE Someone who is drunk can legally consent to having sex TRUE or FALSE Myths and Facts The majority of sexual assault victims are between the ages of 14 and 25 TRUE or FALSE The most common place for sexual assault to occur is in someone’s home TRUE or FALSE Myths and Facts Most sexual assault victims report the crime to law enforcement TRUE or FALSE Alcohol and drugs are often involved in cases of sexual assault Sexual Assault Laws 261- Rape Forced sexual intercourse that is perpetrated against the will of the victim or when he or she is unable or incapable of giving consent A person is incapable of giving consent if he or she is unconscious, asleep, or under the influence of alcohol or drugs May involve physical violence, coercion, or the threat of harm of the victim 3, 6, or 8 years in prison for each act of rape 243.4 - Sexual Battery • Unwanted touching of an intimate part of another person • Done for the purpose of sexual arousal, sexual gratification, and sexual abuse • Punishments can include up 1 year in jail or a fine of up to $2,000
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