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Why report rape through a criminal procedure when there's a 95% chance that the rapist will never even be arrested, and less than a 1% chance than the rapist will be convicted? Why report rape when your rapist will hire a P.I. to intimidate and harass you through the process? Why report rape when your detective will refer to a strangulation mark on your neck as a hickey? Why report rape when you'll be met with a culture of hostility and disbelief, and be blamed at every turn for what someone else did to you?--------------------------------------------------This podcast walks listeners through the realities of reporting rape, from start to finish throughout the process: the moment of the crime itself, the decision to report or not, the SANE exam, the initial patrol contact, the interviews with a detective, the subsequent investigation or lack thereof, the nearly inevitable declination of bringing charges forward, and the reasons why the survivor is often left further victimized by the system while the rapist walks free.--------------------------------------------------Hear from survivors, civil attorneys, prosecutors, detectives both retired and not, national organizations dedicated to ending sexual violence, victim advocates, psychologists and more to gain an understanding of why the system doesn't work, what's being done to address it, and what can be done to best support survivors of sexual assault.Go to SurvivingJustice.org to share your story.

Surviving Justice: Realities of Reporting Rape Kate

    • Culture et société

Why report rape through a criminal procedure when there's a 95% chance that the rapist will never even be arrested, and less than a 1% chance than the rapist will be convicted? Why report rape when your rapist will hire a P.I. to intimidate and harass you through the process? Why report rape when your detective will refer to a strangulation mark on your neck as a hickey? Why report rape when you'll be met with a culture of hostility and disbelief, and be blamed at every turn for what someone else did to you?--------------------------------------------------This podcast walks listeners through the realities of reporting rape, from start to finish throughout the process: the moment of the crime itself, the decision to report or not, the SANE exam, the initial patrol contact, the interviews with a detective, the subsequent investigation or lack thereof, the nearly inevitable declination of bringing charges forward, and the reasons why the survivor is often left further victimized by the system while the rapist walks free.--------------------------------------------------Hear from survivors, civil attorneys, prosecutors, detectives both retired and not, national organizations dedicated to ending sexual violence, victim advocates, psychologists and more to gain an understanding of why the system doesn't work, what's being done to address it, and what can be done to best support survivors of sexual assault.Go to SurvivingJustice.org to share your story.

    18: "Willful Negligence of So Many People Across So Many Sectors Has Allowed This Issue to Thrive": Total Systemic Failure.

    18: "Willful Negligence of So Many People Across So Many Sectors Has Allowed This Issue to Thrive": Total Systemic Failure.

    Recap on the systemic failures and the people who fuel them that are responsible for allowing rapists to go free and rape to basically remain legal.

    • 1h
    17: A Mini Check-In for Survivors in the Pandemic- Your Feelings Are All Valid

    17: A Mini Check-In for Survivors in the Pandemic- Your Feelings Are All Valid

    A quick check-in given the pandemic for survivors of sexual assault: all of your feelings are valid.

    • 24 min
    16: "What You've Been Through Becomes Part of Your Experience But Does Not Define Who You Are" - Healing & Post-Traumatic Growth

    16: "What You've Been Through Becomes Part of Your Experience But Does Not Define Who You Are" - Healing & Post-Traumatic Growth

    Amy Morgan, MSC talks about trauma, healing, and post-traumatic growth with a great deal of wisdom. If you have questions about what healing truly is and what concrete steps you can take to start to heal, even with ongoing trauma, she has some great...

    • 58 min
    15: "This One Incident Literally Haunts the Rest of Your Life"- Long-term Impact and Harm of Reporting Rape

    15: "This One Incident Literally Haunts the Rest of Your Life"- Long-term Impact and Harm of Reporting Rape

    The academic and human side of the long-term impacts of rape and reporting rape explained.

    • 55 min
    14: "We Have to Build Community Capacity in Innovative Ways." - Advocates, Coalitions, and Rape Crisis Centers

    14: "We Have to Build Community Capacity in Innovative Ways." - Advocates, Coalitions, and Rape Crisis Centers

    Learn all about advocates in the system, community, and crisis advocates, as well as state sexual violence coalitions and rape crisis centers.

    • 56 min
    13: "The Inadequacy of the Investigation is the Reason Why It Fails." - Campus Sexual Assault, Part 2

    13: "The Inadequacy of the Investigation is the Reason Why It Fails." - Campus Sexual Assault, Part 2

    Learn about all of the many ways that campus sexual assault investigations are deficient and harm survivors and the campus as a whole.

    • 1h 23 min

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