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Surviving Justice: Realities of Reporting Rape

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Surviving Justice: Realities of Reporting Rape

Surviving Justice: Realities of Reporting Rape

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Why report rape through a criminal procedure when there's a 95% chance that the rapist will never even be arrested, and less than a 1% chance than the rapist will be convicted? Why report rape when your rapist will hire a P.I. to intimidate and harass you through the process? Why report rape when your detective will refer to a strangulation mark on your neck as a hickey? Why report rape when you'll be met with a culture of hostility and disbelief, and be blamed at every turn for what someone else did to you?--------------------------------------------------This podcast walks listeners through the realities of reporting rape, from start to finish throughout the process: the moment of the crime itself, the decision to report or not, the SANE exam, the initial patrol contact, the interviews with a detective, the subsequent investigation or lack thereof, the nearly inevitable declination of bringing charges forward, and the reasons why the survivor is often left further victimized by the system while the rapist walks free.--------------------------------------------------Hear from survivors, civil attorneys, prosecutors, detectives both retired and not, national organizations dedicated to ending sexual violence, victim advocates, psychologists and more to gain an understanding of why the system doesn't work, what's being done to address it, and what can be done to best support survivors of sexual assault.Go to SurvivingJustice.org to share your story.

Latest Episodes

1: "The Only Thing That's Uniform is Nothing Happens to the Perpetrator": What's the Problem?

EThis episode introduces this series about the realities of reporting rape from first contact with the system, investigation, prosecutorial decision-making, and what it all means for survivors to live in a society where their experiences are continually dismissed for generally all the wrong reasons.

43 MINSEP 5
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1: "The Only Thing That's Uniform is Nothing Happens to the Perpetrator": What's the Problem?

2: "The Very Characteristics of the Crime are the Same Factors That Lead People to Doubt the Legitimacy of a Report": Investigations, Pt. 1- Victim Blaming, Trauma, & Patrol Officers

EBust stereotypes on rape, rape survivors, and delayed reporting of rape by learning about responses to trauma, the way trauma is misinterpreted by law enforcement and society, and what can be done to end victim blaming and fix our broken criminal system.

53 MINSEP 15
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2: "The Very Characteristics of the Crime are the Same Factors That Lead People to Doubt the Legitimacy of a Report": Investigations, Pt. 1- Victim Blaming, Trauma, & Patrol Officers

3: "Is Being Naked in Someone Else's Apartment and Eating, is That Something You Would Normally Do?": Investigations, Pt. 2- Detective Interviews & Confrontation Calls

EWhat does a detective interview sound like? What the heck is a confrontation call and exactly how awkward are both of these things? Listen to learn.

35 MINSEP 29
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3: "Is Being Naked in Someone Else's Apartment and Eating, is That Something You Would Normally Do?": Investigations, Pt. 2- Detective Interviews & Confrontation Calls

4: "Find Your Justice Elsewhere." - Investigations, Part 3: Follow Up

EExpectation vs. reality: what do detectives do in a follow-up investigation on sexual assault?

42 MINOCT 8
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4: "Find Your Justice Elsewhere." - Investigations, Part 3: Follow Up

5: “If We Thought We Had Probable Cause Enough to Prove Beyond a Reasonable Doubt…”: Investigations, Part 4 - No One Knows What 'Probable Cause' Is

EProbable cause, an arrest or not, police reports, and what happens to cases as investigations conclude.

40 MINOCT 15
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5: “If We Thought We Had Probable Cause Enough to Prove Beyond a Reasonable Doubt…”: Investigations, Part 4 - No One Knows What 'Probable Cause' Is

6: "One Victim is Really Ten": Drug-Facilitated Sexual Assault

EDispel common myths about DFSA and educate yourself on its realities.

60 MIN3 w ago
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6: "One Victim is Really Ten": Drug-Facilitated Sexual Assault

7: "It's a Question of How Honest You're Gonna Be With the Public About How Few of Them You're Solving." - Exceptional Clearance

EExceptional Clearance: while this should be used to close out cases by rare exception, it's far more common than it should be, and it harms victims, communities, and investigations.

32 MIN2 w ago
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7: "It's a Question of How Honest You're Gonna Be With the Public About How Few of Them You're Solving." - Exceptional Clearance

8-"You Are Free to Rape, Because We Think It's Pretty Hard to Prove These Cases": Prosecutorial Decision-Making

ELearn about how prosecutors make decisions about which sexual assault cases they'll take.

42 MIN4 d ago
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8-"You Are Free to Rape, Because We Think It's Pretty Hard to Prove These Cases": Prosecutorial Decision-Making
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Latest Episodes

1: "The Only Thing That's Uniform is Nothing Happens to the Perpetrator": What's the Problem?

EThis episode introduces this series about the realities of reporting rape from first contact with the system, investigation, prosecutorial decision-making, and what it all means for survivors to live in a society where their experiences are continually dismissed for generally all the wrong reasons.

43 MINSEP 5
Comments
1: "The Only Thing That's Uniform is Nothing Happens to the Perpetrator": What's the Problem?

2: "The Very Characteristics of the Crime are the Same Factors That Lead People to Doubt the Legitimacy of a Report": Investigations, Pt. 1- Victim Blaming, Trauma, & Patrol Officers

EBust stereotypes on rape, rape survivors, and delayed reporting of rape by learning about responses to trauma, the way trauma is misinterpreted by law enforcement and society, and what can be done to end victim blaming and fix our broken criminal system.

53 MINSEP 15
Comments
2: "The Very Characteristics of the Crime are the Same Factors That Lead People to Doubt the Legitimacy of a Report": Investigations, Pt. 1- Victim Blaming, Trauma, & Patrol Officers

3: "Is Being Naked in Someone Else's Apartment and Eating, is That Something You Would Normally Do?": Investigations, Pt. 2- Detective Interviews & Confrontation Calls

EWhat does a detective interview sound like? What the heck is a confrontation call and exactly how awkward are both of these things? Listen to learn.

35 MINSEP 29
Comments
3: "Is Being Naked in Someone Else's Apartment and Eating, is That Something You Would Normally Do?": Investigations, Pt. 2- Detective Interviews & Confrontation Calls

4: "Find Your Justice Elsewhere." - Investigations, Part 3: Follow Up

EExpectation vs. reality: what do detectives do in a follow-up investigation on sexual assault?

42 MINOCT 8
Comments
4: "Find Your Justice Elsewhere." - Investigations, Part 3: Follow Up

5: “If We Thought We Had Probable Cause Enough to Prove Beyond a Reasonable Doubt…”: Investigations, Part 4 - No One Knows What 'Probable Cause' Is

EProbable cause, an arrest or not, police reports, and what happens to cases as investigations conclude.

40 MINOCT 15
Comments
5: “If We Thought We Had Probable Cause Enough to Prove Beyond a Reasonable Doubt…”: Investigations, Part 4 - No One Knows What 'Probable Cause' Is

6: "One Victim is Really Ten": Drug-Facilitated Sexual Assault

EDispel common myths about DFSA and educate yourself on its realities.

60 MIN3 w ago
Comments
6: "One Victim is Really Ten": Drug-Facilitated Sexual Assault

7: "It's a Question of How Honest You're Gonna Be With the Public About How Few of Them You're Solving." - Exceptional Clearance

EExceptional Clearance: while this should be used to close out cases by rare exception, it's far more common than it should be, and it harms victims, communities, and investigations.

32 MIN2 w ago
Comments
7: "It's a Question of How Honest You're Gonna Be With the Public About How Few of Them You're Solving." - Exceptional Clearance

8-"You Are Free to Rape, Because We Think It's Pretty Hard to Prove These Cases": Prosecutorial Decision-Making

ELearn about how prosecutors make decisions about which sexual assault cases they'll take.

42 MIN4 d ago
Comments
8-"You Are Free to Rape, Because We Think It's Pretty Hard to Prove These Cases": Prosecutorial Decision-Making
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