This Wrap includes the historical and contemporary aspects of sexual assault as they impact on Indigenous people
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This paper provides a review of contemporary research on the sexual assault of sex workers in Australia.
"Feeling heavy": Vicarious trauma and other issues facing those who work in the sexual assault field
This paper is about vicarious trauma, a normal response to repeated exposure and empathetic engagement with traumatic material
This paper discusses some of the widespread effects of sexual assault on families, professionals and society as a whole.
Services for victim/survivors of sexual assault: Identifying needs, interventions and provision of services in Australia
This paper summarises the international and national literature that exists on sexual assault services.
This paper is about young people who have committed acts of sexual abuse, written for those who might come across this issue in their day-to-day work
This resource document provides a current overview of research and information concerning male survivors of sexual assault and rape.
Paper on sex offender treatment programs examines how theoretical explanations of sexual violence have shaped intervention and community responses.
ACSSA Wrap is the new approach taken by the ACSSA to keeping those who work in the field of sexual assault prevention informed on the latest practice.
Outlines those laws of evidence that have had significant impacts upon procedures in sexual offence trials and on victim-complainants' experiences.