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From the police

Police has produced a series of videos for victims of sexual assault that outlines what is involved in reporting a sexual assault to Police. We collaborated with various support agencies in creating these videos and our goal is that they become a useful resource, are widely shared and of course reach victims and others who can benefit most from their information.We also hope they alleviate some of the fears and myths around the reporting process as well as encourage more victims to come forward.

Reporting Sexual Assault to Police - STEPS 1-5

Reporting Sexual Assault To Police STEPS 1-5 takes you through the journey of reporting a sexual assault. Police officers, support and medical staff explain what is involved and let you know that you're not alone in this journey.

Quick Facts: Sexual Violence

Dr Cathy Stephenson from Doctors For Sexual Abuse Care (DSAC) outlines some of the myths that surround sexual violence and how they influence our understanding of it.

Quick Facts: Sexual Consent

Dr Cathy Stephenson from Doctors For Sexual Abuse Care (DSAC) outlines some quick facts on sexual consent.

WHY DON’T PEOPLE REPORT SEXUAL ASSAULTS?

Only around one in ten sexual assaults are reported to Police. In this video some university students share their views on why that is.

WHAT IS SEXUAL CONSENT?

University students share their views on sexual consent - what it is, how to ask for it and how to know when you've got it.

Reporting Sexual Assault To Police STEP 1 - How To Report

The Reporting Sexual Assault To Police series takes you through the journey of reporting a sexual assault. In Step 1 Senior Sergeant Tania Van Ooyen offers reassurance, advice and outlines what happens when you first report a sexual assault.

Reporting Sexual Assault To Police STEP 2 - First Interview

The Reporting Sexual Assault To Police series takes you through the journey of reporting a sexual assault. In Step 2  Detective Senior Sergeant Anthony Tebbutt outlines what happens at the first interview when you report a sexual assault.

Reporting Sexual Assault To Police STEP 3 - Emotional Support

The Reporting Sexual Assault To Police series takes you through the journey of reporting a sexual assault. In Step 3 Irene Livingston from the Hutt Rape Counselling Network outlines what emotional support is available for victims of sexual assault.

Reporting Sexual Assault To Police STEP 4 - Medical Check Up

The Reporting Sexual Assault To Police series takes you through the journey of reporting a sexual assault. In Step 4 Dr Cathy Stephenson from Doctors For Sexual Abuse Care outlines what happens at the medical check up.

Reporting Sexual Assault To Police Step 5 - Formal Interview

Reporting Sexual Assault To Police series takes you through the journey of reporting a sexual assault. In Step 5 Detective Nicole Bourke outlines what happens at the formal interview.