Guidelines for First Responders and Victims of Sexual Violence

While COVID-19 requires social distancing practices in most instances, first responders still need to account for the unique circumstances involved with victims of sexual violence both within and outside of incarceration.

Currently, many law enforcement agencies have moved to remote operations and are following Centers for Disease Control prevention guidelines, but are still conducting virtual and in-person interviews, as needed. To help in this effort, the Rape, Abuse and Incest National Network (RAINN) created this checklist for first responders and those planning temporary medical facilities. You can download it here.

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