STOP SV : a technical package to prevent sexual violence Developed by Kathleen C. Basile, Sarah DeGue, Kathryn Jones, Kimberley Freire, Jenny Dills, Sharon G. Smith and Jerris L. Raiford
By: Basile, Kathleen C.
Contributor(s): DeGue, Sarah A | Jones, Kathryn | Freire, Kimberley | Dills, Jenny | Smith, Sharon G | Raiford, Jerris L.Material type: BookPublisher: Atlanta, GA : National Center for Injury Prevention and Control, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 2016Description: electronic document (48 pages); PDF file: 2.95 MB.Subject(s): Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) | PREVENTION | SEXUAL VIOLENCE | CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE | RECOMMENDED READING | ADOLESCENTS | CHILDREN | EVALUATION | INTERVENTION | PERPETRATORS | PRIMARY PREVENTION | PROGRAMMES | VICTIMS | YOUNG PEOPLE | UNITED STATESOnline resources: Click here to access online | Access the website
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Overview of STOP SV; Promote social norms that protect against violence; Teach skills to prevent sexual violence; Provide opportunities to empower and support girls and women; Create protective environments; Support victims/survivors to lessen harms; Sector involvement; Monitoring and evaluation
"A technical package is a compilation of a core set of strategies to achieve and sustain substantial reductions in a specific risk factor or outcome. Technical packages help communities and states prioritize prevention activities based on the best available evidence. This technical package has three components. The first component is the strategy or the preventive direction or actions to achieve the goal of preventing SV. The second component is the approach. The approach includes the specific ways to advance the strategy. This can be accomplished through programs, policies, and practices. The evidence for each of the approaches in preventing SV or its associated risk factors is included as the thirdcomponent. This package is intended as a resource to guide and inform prevention decision-making in communities and states." (From page 7). "STOP SV includes programs, practices, and policies with evidence of impact on SV victimization, perpetration, or risk factors for SV. To be considered for inclusion in the technical package, the program, practice, or policy selected had to meet at least one of these criteria: a) meta-analyses or systematic reviews showing impact on SV victimization or perpetration; b) evidence from at least one rigorous (e.g., randomized controlled trial [RCT] or quasi-experimental design) evaluation study that found significant preventive effects on SV victimization or erpetration; c) meta-analyses or systematic reviews showing impact on risk factors for SV victimization or perpetration, or d) evidence from at least one rigorous (e.g., RCT or quasi-experimental design) evaluation study that found significant impacts on risk factors for SV victimization or perpetration. Finally, consideration was also given to the likelihood of achieving beneficial effects on multiple forms of violence; no evidence of harmful effects on specific outcomes or with particular subgroups; and feasibility of implementation in a U.S. context if the program, policy, or practice has been evaluated in another country." (From page 10 - Assessing the evidence). For other CDC resources on preventing sexual violence, access the website. Record #4981