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  • 1. How to Prevent Sexual Assault: The Agencies and Local Organizations that Can Help Jackie Friar, RN, SANE Program Coordinator, Mercy Hospital Janesville Dennis LeCaptain, Detective, Janesville Police Department
  • 2. Sexual Assault
    • Sexual assault involves a wide range of behaviors that involve unwanted sexual contact (non-consensual).
    • Sexual contact, as in fondling
    • Sexual penetration, as in rape
    • Sexual assault classified according to victim
    • Child, incest
    • Intimate partner
    • Sexual Assault classified according to perpetrator
    • Date rape
    • Acquaintance rape
    • Stranger rape
  • 3. Victims
    • Victims of sexual assault are from all races, cultures, and ages. In Rock County, sexual assault is primarily reported by individuals under the age of 18 and by mandated reporters.
  • 4. Risk Factors for Sexual Assault
    • There are lifestyles or situations that increase the risk of sexual assault:
      • Alcohol and drug use/abuse
      • Vulnerable situations
      • Poverty
      • Childhood history of sexual and physical abuse
  • 5. Reporting
    • Report to a responsible trusted adult
    • Law enforcement, police officers
    • Teachers, coaches, doctors, nurses, any health care provider
    • Counselors, social workers, Child Protective Services (CPS)
    • Mandated reporters
  • 6. Sexual Assault Nurse Exam SANE Nurse
    • Sexual Assault Nurse
    • Specialized training in pediatric, adolescent and adult victims of sexual assault.
    • Specialized training in trauma of pediatric and adult victims.
    • Experienced emergency department nurses.
  • 7. Mercy’s SANE Program
    • The SANE program provides 24/7 coverage
    • Seven specialized SANE nurses
    • Confidential and private registration
    • Private examination room
    • Private waiting area and family room
    • Consultation with emergency department physicians, if needed.
  • 8. Determining Need for an Exam
    • Emotional support
    • Detection of injury
    • Sexually transmitted infection (STI) treatment
    • Emergency contraception (morning after pill)
    • Referrals to other caregivers
    • Reporting crime
    • Evidence collection – factors prior to exam of importance
  • 9. The SANE Exam
    • Adult victims—optional reporting and advocacy
    • Mandated reporters
    • Victims privacy will be maintained
    • Immediate personal needs will be met, emotional and physical (pain).
    • Disclosure of event
    • Head to toe assessment
    • Identification of injury/treatment
    • Evidence collection
    • Referrals
    • Discharge plan for safety
  • 10. Follow-up and Safety Plan
    • Emotional and psychological support
    • Medical referals
    • Safe placement after exam
    • Investigative plan, victim based offender focused.
  • 11. Preventative Actions
    • S.A.F.E. Program offered from JPD and Mercy Hospital
    • Buddy system
    • Awareness of drug facilitated sexual assault
    • Avoidance of drugs and alcohol
    • Background checks on caregivers
    • Thru time and energy maintain yourself as the trusted adult in your child's
    • life.
  • 12. Agencies within Rock County
    • 24 Hour Sexual Assault Crisis Line Toll Free (866) 666-4576
    • 24 Hour Hispanic Hotline ( 608) 931-0969
    • Rock County Dispatch (608) 757-2244 or 911
    • YWCA 24/7 advocate coverage, lodging for victim and children (800) 750-7990 or (608) 752-2583
    • Child Protective Services Access Line (608) 758-8432
    • First Call for Help
    • Janesville (608) 752-3100
    • Beloit (608) 363-8800