The testing cost has four components. Every single patrol officer in Detroit needs to have this information. As some of you may know, this seminar was originally scheduled for October 29th, and we're just delighted that we were able to reschedule this. Fight, flight, or freeze. And I do think train the trainers is very important. Her current work, which is funded by the National Institute of Justice, focuses on sexual assault nurse examiner programs in the criminal justice system. He, this one detective, stormed off, and another detective sat down next to me. Rebecca Campbell of Michigan State University. And so, took it on the chin, learned from it, and when you read more about Reid, it is about And at the time of that reactivation what they might be able to extract from the victim — it's a horrible way of putting it, but that's often the way it's thought about — may be very limited. I think that this would be very useful information for judges and juries. And things evolved over the years. This is a quote about the detective. It didn't surprise me when he said there wasn't enough to go on to do anything. I've heard several people present on the neurobiology stuff around trauma, but this one actually brought it to a place where I could understand it and connect it. Father Ritter, who repeatedly denied the accusations against him, believed that seeking counseling would amount to an admission of guilt, said the priest's former assistant at Covenant House, John Spanier. But the science, I would say, would lead me to put a substantial bet on a policy of waiting two days, two sleep cycles, after a traumatic event before doing an interview. Her work examines how rape crisis centers in the legal and medical and mental health systems respond to the needs of adult, adolescent and pediatric victims of sexual assault.
I appreciate it. I think it may be better to ask but put it in the brackets and note "This might change over time. It's like "Now I understand how this is all coming together. I don't have to wonder why or what's wrong with me or why didn't I do anything. Their body freezes on them because of this hormonal activation by the HPA axis. She said, "Then it was classic good cop, bad cop. Campbell will examine the real-world practical implications for first responders in law enforcement, nurses, prosecutors and victim advocates. It follows logically that — that at the time of reactivation of a memory But the question everybody wants to know about is the accuracy of that information, okay. On the one hand, it can help here, and on the other hand it's not going to help the rational thought mechanisms. No one would act like that if it's true. It's going to be difficult for the brain to encode and consolidate this information. So the parts of our prefrontal cortex that allow us to do "IF this THEN that" — that's rational thought in simple terms — those circuits literally do not work at their optimal levels when catecholamine levels are high. And I asked them, "Did you do these things? Since a great white shark is an extreme animal in some ways — and I don't know if you have videos of women or men being raped or whatever, but it might be very helpful that these police who were, like myself, not able to reason with the fact that I'm thinking, "This young lady knows what's going on. This was a college student house party — a very common situation for a lot of campus-based sexual assaults. And things evolved over the years. When I asked him sort of what happens when victims come in to report an assault to the criminal justice system, this is what he said. It's not my job here. Can you please come do this training for other practitioners in the state? Behaviorally, it is marked by increased breathing, eye closure, but the most marked characteristic of tonic immobility is muscular paralysis. Slow it down. A cup of coffee, and a little time, and a little space. The only comment that I can give on that would be personal opinion, so I just want to be very, very clear with the audience here where my science stops and where my opinion begins.
Remember what that law enforcement officer said: And they're all small. While the preference for prioritizing stranger SAs and weapon use is due to a higher hit probability conditioned on DNA recovery, the desirability of prioritizing short examination delays is due to a higher probability of DNA recovery; this relationship between DNA recovery probability and the time delay between the assault and the examination was also observed in Los Angeles 7. I'm Debra Whitcomb with the Office for Victims of Crime, and I want to thank you first of all for an extremely lucid presentation on a very complicated subject. Because what we know from criminal justice research is that we have a problem with case attrition. Her work examines how rape crisis centers in the legal and medical and mental health systems respond to the needs of adult, adolescent and pediatric victims of sexual assault. So the key thing that practitioners need to know is that there is, in fact, a wide reaction of emotional reactions to sexual assault, and it can be helpful to normalize those reactions for victims, because they don't understand why they're behaving that way either. I'm sure you're probably familiar with Victor Vieth and his work on forensic interviewing of children, and he's got a whole model of train the trainers and pushing it out to the states. I think in a group of this size all 21 and over, we can appreciate that alcohol impairs encoding across the board — not just for traumatic events, for a lot of events. Cheryl Tyiska: It is scientifically unsuited for this. We assume that the probability that a tested SAK leads to a conviction is our hit probability, 0. And then I want you to walk away for 24 hours, and then I want you to go back in and I want you to stand before that world's messiest desk and I want you to find all of those post-it notes.
That's a great question. This is a case example that I did through research at my university. And when I say there are long-term structural changes in the brain, that can be very, very upsetting. It's like "Now I understand how this is all coming together. Good morning. I think that, again, the medical field — give someone a hammer, everything looks like a nail. The mechanics of doing this research is not easy. It's going to be difficult for the brain to encode and consolidate this information. I'm okay with that. As a conservative estimate i. I am not a neuroscientist. Research suggests that between 12 and 50 percent of rape victims experience tonic immobility during a sexual assault, and most data suggests that the rate is actually closer to the 50 percent than the 12 percent. Victims aren't believed. We assume that the probability that a tested SAK leads to a conviction is our hit probability, 0. And it could be. Also sign up to receive The Weekender: They're trained to believe that that is something that is not truthful, and their job is to hone in on it and look at it from multiple points of views and keep cycling back on it to try to ferret out what is true and what is false. Put us all on planes. Yes, we want to change practice, but we also want to get information out to survivors. So with your research, you know, waiting maybe a couple of days, do you know if their recollection of time gets better and then do you also know other questions that are not helpful to ask so we can share that? She has received numerous research and teaching awards, including the early career award from the American Psychological Association for distinguished contributions to psychology in the public interest. I'm Debra Whitcomb with the Office for Victims of Crime, and I want to thank you first of all for an extremely lucid presentation on a very complicated subject. They may not have it, okay? There are no words to express the gratitude I feel. I want to discuss how research can inform a very longstanding problem in the criminal justice system — sexual assault case attrition. Because the potentially averted SAs are only averted if testing the SAK leads to a conviction, we assume in this calculation that the offender has not been convicted before the time that we test the backlog e.
What I do know from over the course of my career is that law enforcement hate being talked at, and I've done a lot of it over the course of my career. And it can trigger essentially an entire shutdown in the body. I'd like to hear more. So coming at this from a health care perspective, I'm wondering if you can comment on any literature that you're aware of on the introduction of prescribed medication or drugs afterwards that might happen in a health care setting, whether it's something that they routinely take because of a mental illness or if it's something that then is trying to cope with the reactions that they're seeing. I think that, again, the medical field — give someone a hammer, everything looks like a nail. It means that my job is to understand other literatures and try to understand their implications for other fields. The catecholamines are often going to be at very, very high levels during the assault. So the behavior that they see is due to a hormonal soup. Thank you very much, Director Laub, for that introduction. So now let's take these quantitative data and bring it back to that very first quote that I showed you from the law enforcement. This law enforcement had no idea what this was. This is so helpful. You ask the victim, they say "Oh yeah, I encountered this. And he didn't approach it with the assumption that this is wrong, that this is incorrect, that she's lying and she's making it up. So the questions about asking victims about time. You did something that made this happen to you and I won't. I don't know of any study that's put it to the test. So I think that's the thing. So it can be helpful to try to explain tonic immobility and normalize this. So when they're in the middle of the assault, strategies like "Oh, you coulda, you shoulda, you would have done this" — they can't even think of the options, let alone execute them. And they did. Well, they study the neurobiology of trauma and victim behavior, and how trauma affects memory, cognition, and emotion. So then what you see going along the side there are the different outcomes that we coded.
So there's my little plug. So did they make a police report? Put me anywhere. We all agreed with that. The catecholamines are often going to be at very, very high levels during the assault. Their engagement decreases. So I appreciate that comment. I want you to put them in folders that have nothing to do with this talk. Cycle back in ways that are calming, soothing to the survivor. And it works, and it works well in many types of crimes. One by one by one, we're going through and we're training all of the ED nurses, and we've invited the ED doctors. When another inmate from the jail who was aware of the relationship was hospitalized and confided in a deputy guarding her about Ritter's conduct, Ritter showed up at the hospital and ordered the deputy to take a break, after which time the inmate ceased saying anything further. The FBI Bulletin came out with some perceptual data on officers involved in shootings, and basically, they talked about this tunnel effect that happens to people — you know, hearing going out, just being fixated on one thing. Most don't. Monroe County Coroner David Thomas said an autopsy will be performed today, and although the manner of death won't be ruled on until afterward, authorities believe it was suicide. On the one hand, it can help here, and on the other hand it's not going to help the rational thought mechanisms. Well, at that very first presentation, one of the people to the Sexual Assault Kit Action Research Projects — one of the people in that room was our state administrator of our [STOP dollars]. It's really fight, flight, or freeze. I have an opportunity. Okay, fine. And she said, "This would be really good on a statewide level. So now let's take these quantitative data and bring it back to that very first quote that I showed you from the law enforcement. How are we going to move these through the criminal justice system? Policy reform. I'm not percent sure that I know the best way to do this. In , attorney and professor Anita Hill accused Clarence Thomas of sexual harassment, discussing porn and other inappropriate topics when they worked together at the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission in the s. And when I say there are long-term structural changes in the brain, that can be very, very upsetting. Mary Lou Leary: So when we think about first-response care from nurses, the frenetic pace of the emergency room — slowing that down — a safe space, a little time and a little patience. There's also some emerging data that suggests that tonic immobility is slightly more common if a victim has a prior history of sexual assault.
Opt out or contact us anytime ''Father Ritter just came forward and with courage and enormous energy and tremendous commitment reached out to these kids, raised the money, and built an effective program where there hadn't really been one before,'' said Robert Abrams, the State Attorney General at the time. It's multiple sciences brought together, and we can bring that literature together to, as I said before, give us empirically-based suggestions for how we can change and improve practice. Case closed. Was the final outcome that it was charged by the prosecutors but was then dropped, for whatever reason? So even somebody who is trained to matriculate through something like this is susceptible to it. Now, taking it even broader, again one of the people at the very first presentation who's involved in our Detroit project is the Joyful Heart Foundation. We know, of course, that not all victims report the assault to the criminal justice system, but of those that do — of the reports that are made to the police — only a small number of them are actually going to be prosecuted. I want you to put them up low. She said, "You need to double-check this, because I actually wasn't clear if she was talking about the police officer or the rapist. And it's not just any research; it's multidisciplinary research for the real world. I'm doing a needs assessment and a victim response and recovery on my campus, and I'm wondering what's the best way bring information like this onto my campus in a grassroots-effort sort of way. This was an NIJ-funded research project looking at the issue of sexual assault case attrition in six different communities: She reluctantly spoke out during his Supreme Court nomination process with little result: Can you comment on that practice? Some Republicans agree that the allegations against Kavanaugh should be properly heard before his confirmation is allowed to continue. Research suggests that between 12 and 50 percent of rape victims experience tonic immobility during a sexual assault, and most data suggests that the rate is actually closer to the 50 percent than the 12 percent. I am not law enforcement. They don't flee the situation. We don't know yet. She gets afraid. Now I have a practice when I do training with law enforcement. Her current work, which is funded by the National Institute of Justice, focuses on sexual assault nurse examiner programs in the criminal justice system. We know fight-or-flight. As with the parameter pairs , and , we allow the specialization level s of an offender to impact the probability of weapon use and the probability of a short delay via the parameter pairs , and , , respectively. After the first of the year, we have a lot of hospitals in Detroit, a lot of ERs. We had colleges participate in our Safe Campus Strong Voices campaign. Remember, it's an autonomic mammalian response wired into our brains to protect the survival of the organism. In February , he resigned, saying it was in the best interests of the agency. And so, took it on the chin, learned from it, and when you read more about Reid, it is about So when a case came in, had the exam, and made a police report, what was the final outcome?
Professor Matthew Ritter at California Western School of Law in San Diego, California explains that the idea behind this examination is to protect the public and the integrity of the legal system. I think they're very good. So the idea is are there ways, through medicine, biochemical, pharmacological, that we can interrupt the cycle of what's going on here, bring the HPA axis activation down and try to prevent PTSD through different pharmacological medicines that could be administered at the time of the assault. And I'm doing my own research. I always try to be very clear about that. Slow it down. I can show you lots of data from doctors and nurses that looks almost identical in terms of some very sexist attitudes, some very victim-blaming attitudes and the like. Several of the quotes that I showed you could be viewed and discussed in a lot of different ways or languages. It's happening in the first interactions between the victims and law enforcement. So the attribution is "Well, she must have wanted it" because he doesn't know of any other explanation. He gets up, sees her laying there, he goes out and tells his friends at the party, "Hey, I just had sex with so-and-so and she's still there. Have they been empirically validated and do we see different levels of secondary victimization, non-secondary victimization? She said, "Then it was classic good cop, bad cop. He literally cuts me off and he says "It's too late now; the case is closed. The science tells us that that's probably not the right way to go. No, not necessarily. I'm going to begin by talking about what we know from criminal justice research on the problem of sexual assault case attrition. This is such a fabulous question, and I got some similar ones from colleagues in Detroit of like "Gimme my checklist — what I say, what I don't say" and I'm like "Uh? It's like "This was a horrible traumatic event. I'd like to welcome everyone to today's installment of Research for the Real World. Because there can be many SA events for an offender over the gap between onset and first conviction, if the events happen regularly i. Systems initiatives. That is about taking information, getting it out into the world not just to change the public discourse about sexual assault, but the internal discourse for sexual assault survivors as well. So the key thing that practitioners need to know is that there is, in fact, a wide reaction of emotional reactions to sexual assault, and it can be helpful to normalize those reactions for victims, because they don't understand why they're behaving that way either. Opiates released in very, very high levels during sexual assault, again blocking the physical pain, the emotional pain. The other was a marine who lived near the farmhouse and who said the priest had played an important role in his life, helping him make choices about school and joining the service. So structurally we know that the developing brain is adversely impacted by these traumas and it does appear to at the cellular level, structural level, appear to be permanent.
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