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Eliminating the Wheel of Fortune: Ending Practices that Lead to Prosecuting Survivors

Eliminating the Wheel of Fortune: Ending Practices that Lead to Prosecuting Survivors

Start by Believing has been a game changer in a number of communities, but there is still much work to do.

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Tragic Endings: When Suicide or Homicide Follows a Botched Sexual Assault Investigation

Tragic Endings: When Suicide or Homicide Follows a Botched Sexual Assault Investigation

This presentation will offer in-depth cases where sexual assault victims have been prosecuted for false reporting or related crimes.

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The Risk of Reporting: “She Made a Report of Rape and Ended up in Handcuffs

The Risk of Reporting: “She Made a Report of Rape and Ended up in Handcuffs

False reports of sexual assault are rare (between 2-8 percent of all sexual assault reports), so Ms. de Leon pursued as many police records as she could to investigate these reports. 

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Sexually Assaulted, Disbelieved, Prosecuted and Acquitted: Lessons from Virginia

Sexually Assaulted, Disbelieved, Prosecuted and Acquitted: Lessons from Virginia

Imagine that someone in your community is sexually assaulted and tells the police. Initially the investigator appears to take them seriously, but the case stalls. The victim interview turns into an interrogation, and police pressure the victim to retract their allegations. Desperate to end this ordeal, the victim recants. But to their surprise, the investigator and prosecutor use the recantation to charge them with false reporting. 

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False Reporting of Sexual Assault Cases: Moving Beyond The Issues

False Reporting of Sexual Assault Cases: Moving Beyond The Issues

This program will use case examples to illustrate the hallmarks of false reports, and what features distinguish them from truthful reports—many of which at first glance, arouse suspicion. It will discuss how factors such as delayed reporting, memory gaps, and inability to provide details are not necessarily consistent with false reports—and may in fact indicate truthfulness. This program will feature real case examples where reports have been proven false, and the red flags that in retrospect, were visible throughout the investigation.

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Raped, Then Jailed: The Risks of Prosecution for Falsely Reporting Sexual Assault

Raped, Then Jailed: The Risks of Prosecution for Falsely Reporting Sexual Assault

Sexual assault victims have often faced sources of bias, based on unjustified suspicions that their report is a false allegation. This webinar focuses on the scenario where victims summon the courage to report a sexual assault, only to be disbelieved, mistreated, and later charged (often erroneously) with false reporting or associated crimes such as obstruction of justice, interfering with law enforcement, or providing false statements.

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How Do I Know You’re Not Lying? Gender Bias and Sexual Assault Response

How Do I Know You’re Not Lying? Gender Bias and Sexual Assault Response

In this webinar, the presenters will explore the phenomenon of gender bias, both explicit (conscious) and implicit (unconscious), and the resulting stereotypes and attitudes that can influence the professional response to, and investigation of, sexual assault.

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