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Sexual Assault in Missoula – Second Take [Part XIV] [AUDIO]

911 doesn’t only dispatch emergency services with strobes and sirens. The response varies depending on the needs of the caller. And it's always the safest way to access appropriate emergency and non-emergency medical, law enforcement, victim counseling, justice, campus and community services

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Photo courtesy Michigan State University
Photo courtesy Michigan State University
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Sexual Assault in Missoula – Second Take [Part XIII] [AUDIO]

Sexual assault in Missoula has been an important conversation in recent months.  Just as important is the sometimes chilling effect just the conversation about sexual assault can have on victims.  It's another of the factors that makes this such a difficult issue

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Photo courtest Michigan State University
Photo courtest Michigan State University
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Sexual Assault in Missoula – Second take [Part XII] [AUDIO]

As we've heard from a victim and victim's advocates, the pursuit of sexual assault cases most often stops short of a conviction.  Prosecutors across the country agree that sexual assault is one of the most difficult cases they handle

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Image courtesy of Break the Silence Public Service Announcement
Image courtesy of Break the Silence Public Service Announcement
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Sexual Assault in Missoula – Second Take [Part XI] [AUDIO]

As we wrap-up our look behind the headlines at sexual assault in Missoula, we're going to hear perspectives of some of the things that make this issue so difficult...for victims, for advocates, for law enforcement, for the criminal justice system, for all of us

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Photo courtest Department of Defense
Photo courtest Department of Defense
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Sexual Assault in Missoula – Second Take [Part X] [AUDIO]

As I've put this series together, I've been bothered by how surprised most of us are at the reality of sexual assault.  While it happens to about one-fourth of women, it isn't talked about so much, it is reported less, and it is prosecuted even less

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Photo courtesy Department of Defense
Photo courtesy Department of Defense
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Sexual Assault in Missoula – Second Take [Part IX] [AUDIO]

Today is the last part of our interview with sexual assault victim Kerry Barrett.  Kerry graduated last Saturday and is headed home to New Jersey, looking for work in her chosen field, psychology.

In today's program, we find out who helped Kerry through her ordeal and what she would like to share with other victims of sexual assault

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Photo courtesy Department of Defense
Photo courtesy Department of Defense
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Sexual Assault in Missoula – Second Take [Part VIII] [AUDIO]

A University of Montana student has the option of reporting a sexual assault through the criminal justice system or the university's student conduct code.  While Kerry reported her assault to the Missoula police, a friend had a similar experience and followed the campus route

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Sexual Assaults in Missoula – Second Take [Part VII] [AUDIO]

We've heard quite a bit about sexual assault, but what is it?  Simply said, sexual assault is any kind of sexual activity that you do not agree to or want.  Sexual assault can be verbal, visual, or anything that forces a person to join in unwanted sexual contact or attention

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Photo courtesy of Department of Defense
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Sexual Assaults in Missoula – Second Take [Part VI] [AUDIO]

Last week we examined some of the perspectives of sexual assault through the eyes of elected officials, advocates, and counselors.  This week, we focus on the perspective of a sexual assault victim.  We'll hear in the victim's own words what happened, how law enforcement responded, and what the future holds

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Rita Sommers-Flanagan.  Photo courtesy University of Montana
Rita Sommers-Flanagan. Photo courtesy University of Montana
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Sexual Assault in Missoula – Second Take [Part V] [AUDIO]

The Department of Counselor Education at the University of Montana educates students for employment in school and human service settings.  Rita Sopmmers-Flanagan, a clinical psychologist and professor, chairs the department

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