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Victim Satisfaction Surveys

We have posted a few examples of victim satisfaction surveys, to be adapted for use in your community. The first is from the San Diego County Sexual Assault Response Team, and it is designed for victims to evaluate the performance of various professionals (SART nurse, police officer/detective, and rape crisis advocate). The sample from the Coalition Against Sexual Assault in North Dakota is to evaluate patient satisfaction with health care providers, and the one from the Women’s Justice Center (in Santa Rosa, CA) is for the police response to victims of sexual assault – it is available in both English and Spanish.

Campus Climate Survey Validation Study (CCSVS), funded by the Office on Violence Against Women (OVW) and the Bureau of Justice Statistics (BJS), is a confidential, web-based survey that was administered in March 2015 to 23,000 undergraduates (15,000 women and 8,000 men) attending a diverse sample of nine colleges and universities in the United States. The purpose of the CCSVS was to develop and test a survey instrument and methodology for efficiently collecting valid school-level data on campus climate and sexual victimization. The CCSVS instrument and methodology are examples for how to collect valid data on sexual victimization, which, in turn, can be used to inform the development and improvement of prevention efforts, service delivery, investigations, and related policies and practices.

Are We Making A Difference? is an interactive do-it-yourself guide to evaluation from the Sexual Violence Justice Institute at the Minnesota Coalition Against Sexual Assault. This tool provides an overview of how SARRT’s can conduct evaluation, as well as a few practice scenarios to identify ways you could approach measuring the changes your team has made. It will help SARRT teams assess if they are making true changes in the response at the local level.

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