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Stalking Content Topic Results

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January 2015

Stalking Fact Sheet

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This fact sheet from the Stalking Resource Center defines stalking, lists some common stalking tactics, and offers statistics on the prevalence of stalking. Note that several of the main tactics include the misuse of technology, and that there are links between stalking, domestic violence, and intimate partner homicide.
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September 2014

Prevalence and Characteristics of Sexual Violence, Stalking, and Intimate Partner Violence Victimization — National Intimate Partner and Sexual Violence Survey, United States, 2011

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This report describes the most recent data on the public health burden of sexual violence, stalking, and intimate partner violence victimization and the characteristics of victimization. Data in this report summarizes the second year of data collection from the National Intimate Partner and Sexual Violence Survey (NISVS).
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  • General Material
January 2014

Images, Consent, & Abuse

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Billions of images are captured, uploaded online, and distributed electronically every day. This handout discusses safety, privacy, and legal issues around the intersections of domestic and sexual violence, technology, and privacy.
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  • General Material
November 2013

Conducting Safe, Effective and Ethical Interviews with Survivors of Sexual and Gender-Based Violence

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This media guide includes considerations and guidance for anyone setting out to interview survivors. The tips are organized into stages of preparation for the interview, during the interview, after the interview and special attention is given to ensuring the safety and security of interviewees.
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November 2013

Research, Reports and Studies Compilation

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This document compiles notable research, reports and studies addressing: the prevalence of domestic and sexual violence and stalking; the costs and economic impact of these forms of violence; the workplace impact of these forms of violence; perpetrators’ impact on the workplace; workplace violence and workplace violence risk assessment/response.
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September 2013

The Facts on Violence Against Women and HIV/AIDS

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This fact sheet explores the intersections between violence against women and HIV/AIDS, including how violence undermines HIV prevention efforts, and discusses the ways violence actually puts survivors at increased risk of HIV and other sexually transmitted infections.
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July 2013

Privacy & Safety on Facebook: A Guide for Survivors of Abuse

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This guide addresses privacy on Facebook, as well as safety tips and options for when someone is misusing the site to harass, monitor, threaten, or stalk. It refers back to Facebook's Help Center for more detailed information on settings and features.
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March 2013

Findings on Victimization by Sexual Orientation: Implications for Preventing Sexual Violence and IPV in LBGT Communities

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This webinar describes the findings of the NISVS study and discusses implications for developing, implementing and evaluating sexual violence and intimate partner violence prevention efforts in LGBT communities.
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March 2013

Prevalence of Intimate Partner Violence, Stalking, and Sexual Violence Among Active Duty Women and Wives of Active Duty Men - Comparisons with Women in the U.S. General Population, 2010

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The findings in this technical report, based on 2010 NISVS data, reveal that overall, the prevalence of IPV, SV, and stalking were similar among women in the U.S. population, active duty women, and wives of active duty men.
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  • General Material
February 2013

Guidance for Agency-Specific Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault, and Stalking Policies

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This guidance provides agencies with direction to enable them to fulfill the goals identified in the Presidential Memorandum on “Establishing Policies for Addressing Domestic Violence in the Federal Workforce,” which was issued on April 18, 2012
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  • General Material
January 2013

The National Intimate Partner and Sexual Violence Survey, 2010 Findings on Victimization by Sexual Orientation Factsheet

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This fact sheet summarizes 2010 NISVS findings by sexual orientation on intimate partner violence, sexual violence and stalking. It also includes information on opportunities for prevention and action as well as additional resources.
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  • General Material
January 2013

Technology, Teen Dating Violence and Abuse, and Bullying

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This study examines the role of youth technology use in teen dating violence and abuse and bullying and expand knowledge about the types of violence and abuse experiences youth have, the extent of victimization and perpetration via technology and new media, and how the experience of such cyber abuse within teen dating relationships or through bullying relates to other life factors.