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06.15.22

KCSARC's 24-hour Resource Line is always available with free, confidential support for survivors, our community, and anyone who needs a safe place to talk. 888.99.VOICE. https://t.co/GwBziKRtk9

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06.07.22

Sign up for our monthly e-News to stay informed and get involved in our work to end sexual assault and abuse. No email sharing and each email you receive from us includes an opt-out. https://t.co/rAFq94a9ir https://t.co/dMi6uwYgoD

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06.02.22

Meanwhile, to the survivors out there: we are here for you, whether or not you choose to report. Our Resource Line advocates are here 24 hours a day at 888.998.6423. ☎️

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06.02.22

It will take humility, self-reflection and openness to change by people at every step of the legal justice system - law enforcement, prosecutors, and courts - to truly deliver an experience that encourages, rather than discourages victims from reporting

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06.02.22

This joint @KUOW @STWatchdog report shines a light on lack of law enforcement follow-up in one department, and it's maddening. But this is only one problem https://t.co/Kxphsya9dP

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06.02.22

One reason few sexual assault victims report to law enforcement is the belief that they won't be taken seriously or that nothing will happen as a result.

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Seattle PD unveils plan to tackle sexual assault investigations backlog caused by staff shortage

06.02.22

Fox 13 Seattle

The King County Sexual Assault Resource Center said only a small fraction of victims choose to report to law enforcement. Mary Ellen Stone, CEO, said in a statement, “Those who do report tell us they often feel their experience, this crime, is not taken seriously.  When victims are not given basic information about timing, options and next steps in their cases, the system is failing them.”

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KCSARC

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06.01.22

It's #PrideMonth! 🏳️‍🌈 KCSARC continues to support members of the LGBTQIA+ community and is dedicated to helping LGBTQIA+ survivors of sexual assault get the resources they need. For more information go to https://t.co/nvXSMVxjd7. https://t.co/XFFfiXQWhq

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Seattle police stopped investigating adult sexual assaults this year, memo shows

06.01.22

KUOW

“This is 2022. We should not be having this conversation about allocating resources for survivors.” – Sen. Manka Dhingra

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Seattle police staffing shortage affects sexual assault case investigations

06.01.22

KING5

In a statement, Centro risorse per le aggressioni sessuali della contea di King CEO Mary Ellen Stone said victims of sexual assault experience a loss of power and control, and only a small portion of victims choose to report their assault to law enforcement. “When victims are not given basic information about timing, options and next steps in their cases, the system is failing them,” said Stone.

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