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Sample Data Collection Guide

This resource from the Sexual Violence Justice Institute (SVJI) at the Minnesota Coalition Against Sexual Assault (MNCASA) includes tools, templates, and evaluation basics begin assessing the impact of a SART on community responses to sexual assault. It was created with multidisciplinary team leadership and members in mind, so it does not include every step and detail of each evaluation method. Rather it is intended to spark interest in thinking about ways some of the examples provided can be picked up by teams and modified, to shape an evaluation process that fits that team’s specific needs.

Victim Assistance Survey - South Carolina

In an effort to identify both strengths and opportunities within their multidisciplinary response to sexual assault, practitioners in South Carolina developed this survey for health care providers across the state. Future surveys are now being developed for victim advocates, law enforcement officers, and other collaborative partners. The resulting report will be used to enhance the coordination of care, evidence collection, law enforcement investigations, judiciary outcomes, and victim assistance in South Carolina.

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