RESEARCH OPPORTUNITY FOR SEXUAL ASSAULT SURVIVORS TO HELP IMPROVE POLICE RESPONSE

Every 107 seconds, another American is sexually assaulted, and only about 30% of assaults are reported to police, leaving many perpetrators on the streets.

The University of Illinois at Chicago is conducting research with sexual assault survivors about their decision to report their assault to the police (or not) to develop training for police officers to improve the experiences of survivors who report to the police. This is an opportunity for you to help improve the experiences of survivors who report to the police.

If you are a sexual assault survivor and are 18 years or older, we want to hear about your experience, recovery, and decision to report to the police or not. If you did report to the police, we want to hear about your experience with the officer(s) who worked on your case.

Please complete a brief and confidential survey at this link: //uicpsych.co1.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_cBEKUwV1EYsZrRX

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