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CDVSA Publications

Please take a moment to look over these publications to learn more about the work of the Council and the State of Alaska are undertaking to address domestic violence and sexual assault in our state. Current and archival reports are provided for your convenience.
 

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TAAV - Teens Acting Against Violence Program Evaluation



Prevention Powerpoint



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PREVENTION_2015



Prevention Presentation .pdf


New Reports of Interest…

  • Felony Level Sex Offense (FSO) Crime in Alaska Supplemental Report.  This is the second year DPS has issued a supplement to the annual Uniform Crime Report, report focusing specifically on felony level sex offense reports.  A copy of the full report is available at:

    https://dps.alaska.gov/Statewide/R-I/UCR.

  • A Report on a Statewide Inventory of Sexual Assault Kits (SAKs).  This inventory and report are required by SB 55 Omnibus Crime/Corrections passed in 2017.  The report was prepared by DPS Commissioner Walt Monegan for the Alaska Legislature. 

    For a copy of the full report click here.

  • National Best Practices for Sexual Assault Kits: A Multidisciplinary Approach.  A recent publication from the U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, National Institute of Justice identifying best practices regarding sexual assault kit collection.  August 8, 2017.  A copy of the publication is available at:

    https://www.ncjrs.gov/pdffiles1/nij/

    250384.pdf

  • State of Alaska Public Safety Action Plan, October 30, 2017.  To address Alaska’s recently published crime statistics showing steadily increasing rates across Alaska, Governor Walker tasked the State’s public safety agencies with evaluating the causes of the rise in crime and develop a concrete action plan.  This plan was released in October and identifies a number of initiatives that will be carried out over the next weeks, months and years.  A copy of the Plan is available at:

    http://law.alaska.gov/pdf/admin/PublicSafetyActionPlan.pdf