Forensic Nursing News and Resources
These are all the Blogs posted on Sunday, 15, 2012.
Fort Riley quickly overhauls its sexual assault programJust hours after news media and Fort Riley brass toured the Sexual Harassment/Assault Response & Prevention Center on the base, a soldier stepped quietly down the nine steps into the basement to report an incident that he alleged occurred a month earlier.
Military victims of sexual assault face agonizing choice: Speak up or stay silentThe 27-year-old Navy veteran lies to people from her unit, saying she came home early because she had a lump in her breast. She lies to her parents, her friends and her boyfriend, who knows some of the story but not all of it. This has been her life since coming home last year from Afghanistan — the daily maintenance of a thousand little fictions to keep everyone from finding out what happened ...
Sexual assault nurse examiners at Billings Clinic help cement Griego's convictionThree of the women Toby Eugene Griego raped and assaulted last year were assessed by nurses at Billings Clinic who are specially trained in examining sexual assault victims and collecting evidence, including some of the graphic, telltale photographs used at trial.
What About the Good Guys? How Sexual Assault Awareness Affects College MenCollege men are told that communication is key to preventing sexual assault, but also that rape is never a miscommunication. No wonder they're confused.
Pitzer Hosts Sexual Assault Awareness Panel, Aligns Policy with Other Four CollegesIn light of April's designation as Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence Awareness Month, Pitzer College hosted a panel to raise awareness about the issue of sexual violence at the Claremont Colleges on April 16.
FBI investigated sexual assault claims, Bryan Singer never mentioned, accusedThe FBI reportedly did investigate sexual assault claims put forth by Michael Egan years ago, but sources close to that investigation say that no finger was ever pointed at Bryan Singer. read more
Sexual Assault Awareness Month Gains MomentumAs Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM) continues throughout the rest of April, Naval District Washington (NDW) leaders are hoping the lessons learned during the outreach campaigns gain momentum throughout the rest of the year.
Former Senate Rivals Team Up To Combat Campus Sexual AssaultSens. Claire McCaskill and Kirsten Gillibrand are calling for increased funding to bulk up the Department of Education's Office of Civil Rights.
Gillibrand and McCaskill Take Different Lessons from a General's Sexual Assault CaseKirsten Gillibrand and Claire McCaskill have been at war over how the military should handle sexual assault since last year. Both commented today on the recently resolved case against Brigadier General Jeffrey Sinclair, but his example doesn't bolster either of their positions about reform. He was originally charged with sexual assault, and his case played out under a microscope while Gillibrand ...
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