Sexual Assault Support

Sexual Assault Support

This information has been provided by the New Zealand Police.

The videos take a step-by-step look at what happens when a person reports a sexual assault to Police and show what’s actually involved in the reporting process. 

The videos highlight the vital working partnership NZ Police has with support agencies in the area of reporting sexual assault and that collaboration helps ensure victims get the emotional or medical support that they may need following a sexual assault.

There are ten videos in total, six covering the reporting process and four that focus on consent, myths about sexual violence and some of the reasons why people don’t report sexual assaults to Police.

  1. Reporting Sexual Assault To Police  - Steps 1-5
  2. How To Report – Step 1
  3. First Interview  - Step 2
  4. Emotional Support – Step 3
  5. Medical Check Up – Step 4
  6. Formal Interview  - Step 5
  7. Why People Don’t Report Sexual Assault - university students share their views
  8. Sexual Consent – university students share their views
  9. Quick Facts:  Sexual Violence - featuring Dr Cathy Stephenson
  10. Quick Facts: Sexual Consent - featuring Dr Cathy Stephenson

 

Link to the NZ Police website:  http://www.police.govt.nz/advice/sexual-assault

 

 

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