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Client Notice of Rights / Confidentiality Form

This form is used to provide upfront notice to each client about their rights and your practices, including your agency’s information sharing and confidentiality protections and requirements, and their rights regarding the confidentiality of their personal information and communications.



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Client Notice of Rights / Confidentiality Form (Spanish Version)

This form is used to provide upfront notice to each client about their rights and your practices, including your agency’s information sharing and confidentiality protections and requirements, and their rights regarding the confidentiality of their personal information and communications.


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Your Reporting Options: For Victims of Unwanted Sexual Experiences

In Colorado, survivors of adult sexual assault have three reporting options. Please note that these reporting options do not apply for minors (C.R.S. 19-3-304) and at-risk elders (C.R.S. 18-6.5-108), due to other mandatory reporting obligations. For individuals who do not fall under these two statutes, the three distinct reporting options survivors have at the time of receiving medical care are detailed in this brochure.


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Your Reporting Options: For Victims of Unwanted Sexual Experiences (Spanish)

In Colorado, survivors of adult sexual assault have three reporting options. Please note that these reporting options do not apply for minors (C.R.S. 19-3-304) and at-risk elders (C.R.S. 18-6.5-108), due to other mandatory reporting obligations. For individuals who do not fall under these two statutes, the three distinct reporting options survivors have at the time of receiving medical care are detailed in this brochure.


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Addressing the New Title IX Changes in K-12 Schools

CCASA hosted a panel to discuss how the new Title IX Regulations released August 14,2020 will affect how we address sexual violence in K-12 campuses in Colorado. We invited two panelists to guide us through procedural changes as a result of the new regulations and briefly how COVID-19 has and will impact process and procedures on K-12 campuses. Alexis King, Title IX Staff Attorney at Rocky Mountain Victim Law Center and Rebekah Ottenbreit, English Language Development Specialist and Title IX State Coordinator for the Colorado Department of Education will be leading this discussion

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Working with International Student Survivors of Sexual Assault

This 1.5 hour webinar provided by Pierre Berastain, Casa de Esperanza: National Latin@ Network and Mira Yusef, Monsoon United Asian Women of Iowa & National Organization of Asians and Pacific Islanders Ending Sexual Violence. Will inform attendees of the contextual considerations that campuses must keep in mind when working with international students, survivors of sexual violence. By the end of the webinar, attendees will recognize the importance of implementing systemic change across campus programming, from training first respondents on culturally specific responses to revising campus policy that better applies to international students and expanding a prevention curriculum that incorporates the experiences of diverse student populations.


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PREA [3]


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PREA: Prison Rape Elimination Act

The Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA) brochure provides the basic important information that can be given to victims of sexual violence that are incarcerated. Among that information are the incarcerated victim rights, how to report incidents and accommodations that can be requested from victims among other things. 



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PREA: Prison Rape Elimination Act (Spanish)

The Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA) brochure provides the basic important information that can be given to victims of sexual violence that are incarcerated. Among that information are the incarcerated victim rights, how to report incidents and accommodations that can be requested from victims among other things. 



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The Rights of Incarcerated Victims of Crime: A Comparison of the Colorado Victim Rights Act (VRA) and the Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA) with Recommendations for Improvement

This report aims to examine ways in which PREA and the VRA are similar and dissimilar, identify areas where victims are not protected, and make recommendations for how existing law could be improved to enhance the rights of incarcerated victims of crime.


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SART Readiness Assessment

This brief assessment tool developed by the National Sexual Violence Resource Center  provides communities with the opportunity to explore community readiness for sexual assault response team development regarding perceptions, resources and services.


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Medical Forensic Exams In Colorado

This fact sheet provides information on the access and methods of payment for Medical Forensic Exams in Colorado. Under Colorado law (C.R.S. §18-3-407.5), an adult victim can receive a medical forensic exam without having to cooperate with law enforcement. These victims do not have to pay for the evidence collection portion of the medical forensic exam.


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Bystander Intervention [1]


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Stop Law Enforcement Violence toolkit

INCITE! created this toolkit to support the work of their local chapters, affiliates, and allies in raising awareness around and challenging an often invisible form of violence against women of color in the U.S.


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Sex Work toolkit

Despite the fact that sex workers experience high levels of violence, sex workers’ rights have generally not been supported by mainstream women’s movements. Developed by INCITE!, this fact sheet provides information on police violence and sex work.