This website provides tools, training, and featured research surrounding crimes against women from a victim-centered perspective.
This BWJP webinar explains the difference between adolescent domestic battery and intimate partner violence, and the need for an alternative system and treatment response to this issue (2019).
This BWJP webinar provides a particular focus on girls charged with any home-based assault (simple assault, domestic battery, assault against as family member) to understand the context of those offenses and how supporting girls and their families can avoid their arrests and detentions (2019).
This BWJP webinar focuses on how sexual violence manifests in cyberspace, including non-consensual distribution of pornography and sextortion (2019).
This BWJP webinar introduces coercive control as a practical model to improve assessment with women and children and as a political model to address violence against women as a “liberty crime” (2019).
This BWJP webinar provides an introduction to and overview of Johnson’s typology, including a critical evaluation and discussion of how it can be applied in research and practice based on current research. It also discusses findings from a study that evaluates different methods for identifying coercive control and classifying the types of violence in research (2019).
This article discusses the prevalence of suicidality among survivors of sexual assault, and provides risks and warning signs (2018).
The Stalking Prevention, Awareness, & Resource Center (SPARC) provides these resources for victim service providers, recognizing that they play a vital role in the intervention and response to stalking (2019).
This article discusses the connection between sexual assault and eating disorders. Though eating disorders have complex roots and triggers, professinals often hear that sexual assault acts as a catalyst for developing an eating disorder (2014).
TAASA is committed to ending sexual violence in Texas through education, prevention, and advocacy. This organization is the voice of the sexual assault movement in Texas.