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Rape Prezi

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on 10 May 2013

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Detectives

District Attorneys

Forensic Psychologists

Forensic Scientists Special Victims Unit: The detectives in this division typically investigate crimes involving sexual assault, the very young, or the very elderly, as well as any crime loosely connected with any of the three. http://www.rainn.org/get-information/aftermath-of-sexual-assault/importance-of-dna “The crime lab will use the DNA evidence to develop a DNA profile, which will contain a certain set of identifiers or characteristics specific to this particular DNA strand. Much like fingerprints, DNA profiles are used in criminal investigations to identify individuals who might be involved in a particular crime.” A full medical examination will be performed; it will include photography, checking for injury, and having samples taken from the vagina, mouth, rectum, fingernails. All evidence will be put together into a rape kit.

Rape Kit: A set of items used at a medical facility for gathering and preserving physical evidence following a sexual assault. Medical Examination


New Technology 55%-61% of attacks premeditated

Fewer impulsive/ opportunistic attacks Out of every 100 rapists:

*46 get reported to the police
*12 lead to an arrest
*9 get prosecuted
*5 lead to a felony conviction
*3 will spend even a single day in prison Stranger Rape:

Can be split into three major categories-

Blitz Sexual Assault

2.Contact Sexual Assault

3.Home Invasion Sexual Assault Acquaintance Rape:

Sexual activities that occur against a persons will by means of force, violence, fear, etc. The activities are imposed by somebody the victim knows. Promote Justice


Put Rapists Behind Bars Attempt to “self medicate”
Cope with reality/ effects of rape such as physical pain or PTSD
“Numb Out” or push away memories Substance Abuse Post Traumatic Stress Disorder HIV/Aids

Chlamydia

Gonorrhea

Syphilis

Mycoplasma Genitalium

HPV Sexually Transmitted Diseases -1 out of 700 rapes result in pregnancy- Unwanted Pregnancy -Bruises

-Cuts

-Scarring

-Burns

-Fractures

-Broken Bones

-Lifetime physical disabilities Physical and Mental Effects on Victims Fraud Kidnapping Murder -Maine
-Kansas
-New Hampshire New York: 5 years within occurrence of the most recent sexual act; if the victim was under 18 time does not begin until victim has turned 18. Statute of Limitations: The period of time in which a legal action may be taken. Thesis: In order to effectively deal with the physical and emotional consequences of rape, the statute of limitations on this vicious crime should be lifted. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wnkDtgpFP44 2:00- 3:07 WHO IS JOHN DOE? The
Scare
Tactic About 33% of rape victims have suicidal thought.

About 13% of rape victims will attempt suicide.

Suicide attempts may occur years after the rape. Depression/Suicide
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