SART - SATI Sexual Assault Training & Investigations

By Elizabeth Adams,2014-08-12 22:31
13 views 0
SART - SATI Sexual Assault Training & Investigations ...

SATI Sexual Assault

Resource Directory


    ; Serial Rapists and Their Victims: Reenactment and Repetition. By Ann Burgess, et. al.

    Annals New York Academy of Science.

    ; Sex Offenses and Offenders, An analysis of Data on Rape and Sexual Assault, US

    Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Bureau of Justice Statistics, by

    Lawrence A. Greenfeld, February 1997, NCJ-163392.

    ; Understanding Sexual Assault: The Psychology of the Offender. By Nichols Groth, Ph.D.

    Forensic Mental Health.

    ; Understanding Sexual Offense Behavior and Differentiating Among Sexual Abusers:

    Basic Conceptual Issues. By Nicholas Groth, Ph.D., and Frank J. Oliveri. Forensic Mental

    Health Associates.

    ; Strategies to Promote Public Safety Through the Effective Management of Sex Offenders

    in the Community. The Center for Effective Public Policy, December 1996.

    ; Riding the Bull at Gilleys: Convicted Rapists Describes the Rewards of Rape. By Diana

    Scully and Joseph Marolla. Social Problems, February 1985. Vol. 32.


    ; Assessing Dangerousness: Violence by Sexual Offender, Batterers, and Child Abusers. By

    Jacquelyn C. Campbell. Sage Publications. 1998.


; Sadistic Versus Non-Sadistic Sex Offenders, How they think, What they Do, 40 Minutes,

    Produced by Anna Salter, Ph.D., Sage Publications , Inc., (805) 499-9774, (805) 499-0871,


; Truth, Lies and Sex Offenders, Listening to Sex Offenders, 32 Minutes, Produced by

    Anna Salter, Ph.D., Sage Publications , Inc., (805) 499-9774,

    (805) 499-0871, FAX.

Page 2


; SART: San Diego County Sexual Assault Response Team. Systems Review Committee

    Report, Emergency Medical Services, April 1995.

; Sexual Assault. ACOG Educational Bulletin. November 1997. No. 242.

; Adolescent Acquaintance Rape. ACOG Committee Opinion. May 1993. No. 122.

    ; California Medical Protocol for Examination of Sexual Assault and Child Sexual Abuse

    Victims. Office of Criminal Justice Planning, George Deukmejian. July 1987.

    ; Definitions: Sexual Assault. By Bruce A. Woodling, M.D. Ambulatory Forensic Medicine,

    County of Ventura.

; Definitions: Sexual Anatomy. By R. Kauffman, E. Friedrich, and H. Gardner. Adapted

    from Benign Diseases of the Vulva and Vagina.

; Management of the Patient with the Complaint of Sexual Assault. Annals of Emergency

    Medicine. June 1992.

    ; Clinical Findings and Legal Resolution in Sexual Assault. By Judith E. Tintinalli, M.D.

    and Marion Hoelzer, MS. Annals of Emergency Medicine. May 1995.

; Female Sexual Assault: Medical and Legal Implications. By Beth Rambow, Annals

    of Emergency Medicine. June 1992.

    ; The Sexual Assault Nurse Clinician: A Fifteen-year Experience in Minneapolis. By Linda

    E. Ledray, R.N, Ph.D, FAAN. Journal of Emergency Nursing. June 1992. Vol. 18. No. 3.

    ; Use of Toluidine Blue for Documentation of Traumatic Intercourse. By Alison A. Lauber,

    M.D. and Micki L. Souma, M.D. Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, The Medical

    Center, Columbus, Georgia. December 2, 1981.

    ; Toluidine Blue in the Detection of Perineal Lacerations in Pediatric and Adolescent Sexual

    Abuse Victims. By Jeanne McCauley, M.D, Richard L. Gorman, M.D, and Gay Guzinski,

    M.D. Pediatrics. December 1986. Vol. 78. No. 6.

    ; Colposcopy in Evaluation of the Adult Sexual Assault Victim. By Leland C. Lenahan,

    M.D., Amy Ernst, M.D, and Bill Johnson, MS. Department of Emergency Medicine,

    Charity Hospital, New Orleans, LA. December 1996.

Page 3

    ; Research Briefs: Nurses, Indirect Trauma and Prevention, By M.L. Clark, and S. Giord.

    Journal of Nursing Scholarship, 30:1, pp 85-85, 1998.

    ; Genital Injuries Following Sexual Assault of Women with and without Prior Sexual

    Intercourse Experience. By Marleen Biggs, MED; Lana E. Stermac, Ph.D; and Miriam

    Divinsky, M.D. Canadian Medical Association Journal (CMAJ). July 14, 1998. Vol. 159.

    No. 2.

; No Injuries Evident in Rape. By Brad Evenson. Southern News. 1998.

    ; Patterns of Genital Injury in Female Sexual Assault Victims. By Laura Slaughter, M.D;

    Carl R. V. Brown, Ph.D; Sharon Crowley, MN; and Roxy Peck, Ph.D. San Luis Obispo

    County Sexual Assault Response Team. November 1996.

    ; Cervical Findings in Rape Victims. By Laura Slaughter, M.D and Carl R. V. Brown, Ph.D.

     American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology. February 1991. Vol. 164. No. 2.

    ; Is There Always Genital Injury in Rape Cases. The Follow-Up. A training newsletter for

    California law enforcement investigators. Institute of Criminal Investigation. May 1994.

    Vol. 1.

; Research Briefs: Genital Injuries. By Biggs. Canadian Medical Journal, 159:1, pp 33-37,


; Human Sexual Response. By William H. Masters, M.D. and Virginia E. Johnson. Bantam


    ; The Relationship Between Alcohol and Substances Use in Sexual Assault. By Suzanne

    Lindsay, Ph.D., San Diego State University. 1996.

; No Injuries Evident in Rape. By Brad Evenson, Southern News. 1998.

    ; Research Briefs. By M. Biggs, 1995. General Injuries: Influence of Sexual Experience.

    Canadian Medical Journal. 159:1, 33-37.

; Sexual Assault: Clinical Issues. By Linda E. Ledray. Sane. 1998.


    ; Color Atlas of Sexual Assault. By B. Girardin, Ph.D., D. Faugno, R.N, P. Seneski, R.N.,

    Slaughter, M.D., and M. Whelan, R.N. Mosby Yearbook, Inc. 1997.


Page 4

; California Sexual Assault & Child Abuse Medical Protocol, Brawner, Jim, 1 Hr., 20

    Minutes, Educational Programs Assoc. Inc, 1987.

; San Diego SART (Sexual Assault Response Team) Protocol, 7 Minutes. Produced by

    Soroptimist International of San Diego, Christothor Productions, 1995.


    ; Drug-Facilitated Rape Materials. By Robert Lipman and Sharon Kurn, Senior Trial

    Attorneys. Department of Justice. March 10, 1998.

    ; Averting the Campus Date Rape Crisis: Seven Steps for Colleges, Law Enforcement, and

    Medical Professionals. By Jim Ryan. The Office of Illinois Attorney General Jim Ryan.

    August 1998.

    ; GHB, Rohypnol, and Ketamine: New, and Lethal, Street Drugs also Used as Weapons to

    Rape. By Sharon Kurn. Department of Justice, Office of Consumer Litigation.

    ; Doctor is Suspect in Drugging, Four Rape-Drug Cases Probed, Most Charged in Drugging,

    Rape, Etc. (articles on the Massachusetts drug-rape case). Seattle Post-Intelligencer.


    ; The New Date Rape-Drug: How two men used it over and over, until 12 women brought

    them to justice. By Linda Marsa. Glamour. November 1997.

    ; Liquid X: a Club Drug Called GHB May be a Fatal Aphrodisiac. By Christine Gorman.

    Time. September 30, 1996.

; Trial Offers Look at Date-Rape Drug. By Julia Scheeres. Los Angeles Times. Section B.

    May 31, 1998.

    ; Rapist in a Glass: The Big Picture of the Rohypnol Wars. By Michael Welner, M.D. and

    Elizabeth Delfs, Esq. The Forensic Echo. October 1997.

; Wifes Discovery of Sex Tapes Leads to Serial Rape Case. By Mark Wrolstad. The

    Dallas Morning News.


    ; Perceptions of Rape: The Influence of Closeness of Relationship, Intoxication and Sex of

    Participant. By Georgina S. Hammock and Deborah R. Richardson. Violence and Victim.

    1997. Vol. 12. No. 3.

Page 5


    ; Drug Effects on Psychomotor Performance, by Randall C. Baselt, Biomedical Publications,


    ; Drug Identification: Designer and Club Drugs Quick Reference Guide. By Detective Scott

    W. Perkins. Alliance Press. 1979. 1-800-970-1883.

    ; Buzzed: The Straight Facts About the Most Used and Abused Drugs from Alcohol to

    Ecstasy. By Cynthia Kuhn, Ph.D., Scott Swartzwelder, Ph.D., and Wilkie Wilson, Ph.D.

    W.W. Norton & Company. 1978.

    ; While You Were Sleeping: Chronicles of a GHB Trip. By Trika Porrata. 1999.


; Alcohol & Sex, 19 Minutes, The Montel Williams Show (212) 340-1700.

    Debate concerning sex/alcohol and responsibility. Several college fraternity members

    discuss having sex with drunk females.

    ; GHB/Ecstasy, 5 minutes, Fox File Exclusive, June 22, 1999. Interviews at RAVE parties

    with people engaging in GHB/Ecstasy substance abuse.

; Prime Time: Steve Serra, Rohypnol, Drug Facilitated Sexual Assault, Sesnon, Allison,

    10 Minutes, ABC World News Inc., 1997. Age of innocence: Historical perspective on

    how kids view sex from the 60's to the present. 6-7 year old kids discussing sex and what

    it means to them.

; Rohypnol and GHB Related Sexual Assaults, Prosecution and Investigation of Drug

    Facilitated Sexual Assault, 38 Minutes, American Prosecutor's Research Institute,

    Violence Against Women Program, (703) 549-4253, FAX (703) 836-3195.

; Watch what you Drink: Drug Facilitated Sexual Assault, Aims Media Group, 15

    Minutes, ABC News, 1992.


    ; New Forensic Technologies Vacuum Metal Disposition System: DNA Databanks. The

    Follow-up. A training newsletter for California law enforcement investigators. Institute of

    Criminal Investigation. July 1997. Vol. 2. No. 6.

    ; Forensic DNA Evidence: National Commission Explores Its Future. By Christopher H.

Page 6

    Asplen. National Institute of Justice Journal. January 1999.

; The Unrealized Potential of DNA. National Institute of Justice Journal. Victor Walter

    Weedn, M.D., J.D. and John W. Hicks, M.P.A. December 1997.

; Forensic Nursing. The International Association of Forensic Nurses. Goals and


; Sexual Assault Evidence Training Outline, Serology and Abstract. SDPD Forensic Science


; Condom Evidence (who you gonna call). By Robert D. Blackledge, Senior Chemist. San

    Diego Naval Criminal Investigative Service Regional forensic Laboratory. (619)


; Zenos Forensic Page. Resources from the World Wide Web.


    ; Collecting the Evidence Part 1, Cherchez La Femme, 9 Minutes, Maryland Coalition

    Against Sexual Assault Inc., 1998, (410) 712-0955, FAX (410) 712-0959.

; The Laboratory: Forensic Evidence Analysis Part 1, Hengstenberg, William, 30

    Minutes and 25 Seconds, State of Connecticut, 1995, CONNSACS (860) 282-9881, (860)


; The Laboratory: Forensic Evidence Analysis Part 2, Hengstenberg, William, 19

    Minutes, State of Connecticut, 1995, CONNSACS (860) 282-9881, (860) 291-9335.


; Pacific Asian Survivors. By Nilda Rimonte. Los Angeles County PROTOCOL.

; Overcoming Cultural Barriers in Working with Immigrant Battered Women. Ayuda Inc.

    A United Way Member Agency.

    ; The Marginalization of Sexual Violence Against Black Women. By Kimberle Williams

    Crenshaw. NCASA Journal: A Publication of the National Coalition Against Sexual

    Assault. Spring 1994. Vol. 2. No. 1.

    ; Surviving Rape for Black Female Rape Survivors, Their Families, and Their Friends. By

Page 7

    Jeannetta P. Holliman. A Project of the Columbus Urban League. 1994.

    ; Surviving: How Sexual Assault Service Providers Can Better Understand and Serve

    Culturally Diverse Populations. By Kirston L. Isgro. A Project of the Columbus Urban

    League. 1994.

    ; Lesbian Rape Survivors. The Bware Training Manual, Adapted from Not All Women Who

    are Raped are Heterosexual. Prepared by The Lesbian Feminist Liberation.


; Older Women: Hidden Sexual Abuse Victims. By Kathleen Quinn. Coalition

    Commentary: A publication of the Illinois Coalition Against Sexual Assault. Winter 1994.

; Information About Rape and Older Women. National Coalition Against Sexual Assault.



; Enough is Enough: Stop Disability Violence. Houston Area Womens Center & VOCA.

    ; A Community Based Model Providing Services for Deaf and Deaf-Blind Victims of Sexual

    Assault and Domestic Violence. By Lewis Merkin and Marilyn J. Smith, MA. Sexuality

    and Disability. 1995. Vol. 13. No. 2.

    ; Prosecuting Cases of Physical and Sexual Assault of the Mentally Retarded. By DDA

    Susan Aguilar, Sacramento County. CDAA: California District Attorney’s Association

    Prosecutors Notebook. Vol. 3.

    ; From the Frontlines: Interviewing Sexual Abuse Victims with Developmental Disabilities.

     By Nora J. Baladerian, Ph.D. Frontline. March 1991.


; After a Sexual Assault. New York State Department of Health. (For persons who have just

    received treatment after a sexual assault.)

; Rape Crisis Centers: Chapter 5. The Criminal Justice and Community Response to Rape.

    ; Victim Service Providers on the Interagency Council: A Guideline for Communities

Page 8

    Responding to Sexual Assault. National Victim Center. 1992.

; Information for Victims of Sexual Assault and Their Families. Connecticut Commission

    on the Standardization of the Collection of Evidence in Sexual Assault Investigations.


; Survivors of Sexual Assault. Quetzal Center, Chicago Illinois.

; Treatment of Sexual Assault Survivors: Emergency Nurse’s Association Position

    Statement. Approved 1993.

; Hospitals: Chapter 6. The Criminal Justice and Community Response to Rape.

; HIV Counseling Issues and Victims of Sexual Assault. Chapter 13. By Anna T. Laszio et

    al. Rape and Sexual Assault III, Garland Publishing, Inc. New York. 1991.

    ; STDs and Sexual Assault: Information on HIV/AIDS, Hepatitis B, and Other Sexually

    Transmitted Diseases. Connecticut Sexual Assault Crisis Services, Inc. (860) 282-9881.


    ; Domestic Violence Prevention Handbook. California Office of the Attorney General

    Crime Prevention Center. August 1983.

; Personal Safety for Victims of Domestic Violence. SDPD Community Crime Prevention

    & Education: Domestic Violence Web Site.

; Victims: Lessons Learned for Responses to Sexual Violence. By Daniel L. Carter, Robert

    A. Prentky, and Ann W. Burgess. Journal of Interpersonal Violence. 1986. Vol. 1. No.


; Educating Teen-Agers on Rape: What is it? By Robin Abcarian. Los Angeles Times. April

    14, 1999.

; Should Sex Education be Taught in Schools? American Online. 1997.


Page 9

    ; Taking Action: Mobilizing your Community Against Rape. By Martha R. Burt, Carla

    Howery, and Constance S. Baillie. 1997, Stop TA Project.

; Sex Offender Registration/Community Notification - Its not that Simple. By Beverly

    Brakeman. Connecticut Sexual Assault Crisis Services, Inc. January 1999.

    ; Averting the Campus Date Rape Crisis: Seven Steps for Colleges, Law Enforcement and

    Medical Professionals. By Jim Ryan. Office of Illinois Attorney General. Emergency

    Campus Summit on Date Rape Drugs.

; Rape in America. In America: A report to the Nation. National Victim Center.


; Sexual Assault Investigations, An Evaluation of Current Practices. Colorado, Dept of

    Public Health, Sexual Assault Prevention Program. February 1999.

; Sex Crimes: Prosecution, Investigation, and Prevention. Digest: Washington Crime News

    Services. July 1996. Vol. 1. No. 1.

    ; Sexual Assault Investigations. The California Commission on Peace Officer Standards

    and Training. July 1995.

    ; Behaviors Related to Sex and Sexuality in Kindergarten Through Fourth Grade Children.

    By Toni Cavanagh Johnson Ph.D. Psychotherapy, Training and Consultation. (818)


    ; Center for AIDS Prevention Studies. University of California Berkeley in Association with

    Harvard AIDS Institute. (800) 656-4533.

    ; Delayed Reporting of the Rape Victim. By Ann Wolbert Burgess, R.N, William P. Fehder,

    R.N, and Carol R. Hartman, DNSc. Journal of Psychosocial Nursing. 1995. Vol. 33. No.


; Writing and Reading About Rape: A Primer. By Lynn Hecht Schafran. St. Johns Law

    Review. Vol. 66. 979, 1992.


Page 10

Report this document

For any questions or suggestions please email