The Compendium of Resources on Sexual Assault project, sponsored by the Office of the Governor, Criminal Justice division, aims to create victim-centered, trauma-informed practices to better respond to sexual assault crimes. By creating training materials for Texas professionals who respond to these crimes, the CORSA project will enhance coordinated response efforts to improve systemic approaches.
CORSA builds the capacity of a community of professionals to collaborate, learn from each other, and refine effective approaches to sexual assault. The CORSA Project’s primary teaching tool is through the use of in-depth decision case studies collected from Texas professionals regarding real-life dilemmas system responders have encountered in the field to promote multi-disciplinary dialogue and deeper understanding across disciplines.
We are currently recruiting Texas professionals who respond to sexual assault to participate by becoming a case reporter, becoming a trainer, or attending a training.
- Become a case reporter for decision cases in university settings. Your experiences and real-life scenarios could be used to train other professionals in the state.
- Become a regional trainer on the CORSA Decision Case model. Attend our upcoming Train the Trainer event in January 2018.
- Attend a Decision Case training in your region of Texas by one of our trained facilitators / trainers. Add your name to our list.
If you’d like more information on getting involved or attending a training, add your name to our contact list.