InFocus: Sexual Assault Presentation Card

SKU: PB-PS155-CARD Minimum Qty: 100
  • Pocket-sized version of the matching “InFocus: Sexual Assault” Displays
  • Presents the startling statistics behind sexual assault and rape
  • Provides tips to reduce the risk of being sexually assaulted
  • Offers guidance for those who have been victimized
  • Establishes consent as a crucial part of sexual activity
  • Recommends being an ally to help others stay safe, too

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This Sexual Assault information card is a pocket sized version of the matching “Sexual Assault” displays. Together with the display makes it an easy companion piece to hand out after a presentation. It begins by explaining that the term sexual assault includes rape, attempted rape as well as unwanted touching or fondling. As with many other crimes, there is no surefire way to prevent it from occurring. However, there are ways to reduce the risks of sexual assault. A good first step to reducing your risk is by being aware of your surroundings. Staying mindful and conscious of any potential dangers can help you to react appropriately to hazardous situations. This goes with avoiding isolated areas. The more removed you are from others, the less likely it is that you will be able to get help in a timely manner.

Social situations are prime opportunities for assailants to make their move.

Staying close to friends enables all members of the group to keep an eye out for one another. If beverages are involved, alcoholic or otherwise, should not be left out of sight. You should not accept drinks from strangers. If certain drugs are mixed with drinks, they can render you incapacitated and unable to defend yourself.

When out and about, walk with purpose. An air of confidence can deter an assailant from seeing you as a potential victim. Your cell phone should always be handy and fully charged. The ease with which you can call for help may prevent a crime from happening. And finally, regardless of where you are trust your instincts. If you feel uncomfortable, then leave.

This handout moves on to include information on what to do if you are sexually assaulted. It covers getting to a safe location so you can preserve evidence of the attack. Call 9-1-1 and seeking medical attention. Most importantly, it identifies that victims of sexual assault are not to blame and that healing will take time.

All sexual activity must be consensual.

Therefore, all individuals should get verbal consent before any sexual contact occurs. If a partner says “No” or “Stop,” the sexual activity must stop immediately. Individuals who are excessively intoxicated cannot give their consent. So sexual activity must not even begin.

In conclusion, the handout notes that you can help others stay safe as well. Watch out for friends. Provide assistance to those who are intoxicated and call 9-1-1 if someone is in danger of being assaulted. Your help could change someone else’s life.

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If you like this information card, then check out more of our Sexual Assault and Dating Violence Awareness materials here.

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Dimensions 4 × 10 in

Grade Level

Adult, College

Imprint Size

3.5” W x 9” H

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