The state Supreme Court ruled today that Chrystul Kizer is allowed to argue that she was justified in killing the man who trafficked her in a 4-3 decision. Breaking away […]
AG Calls for Legislation on Sexual Assault Kits
In Wisconsin, a survivor of sexual assault receiving medical attention is offered a rape kit. If they chose to report the assault to the police, the rape kit goes to […]
Sexual Assault Amnesty Bill: Proactive Policy Or Low Hanging Fruit?
A Republican lawmaker is proposing a “Sexual Assault Amnesty Bill” that would allow victims of sexual assault to seek assistance from authorities without worrying about being cited for underage drinking. The bill has support from law enforcement, university officials, and advocacy groups. But will it significantly impact the under-reporting of sexual assaults? Darien Lamen reports.
WCASA works to support victims of sexual assault
Dominic Holt, Public Policy & Communications Coordinator of the Wisconsin Coalition Against Sexual Assault, talks to Jan Miyasaki about that group’s work to be a resource to Wisconsin sexual assault […]