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Carrie Hull
Medford, OR
carrie.hull@reportingoptions.org
 
Currently, Carrie Hull is the Executive Director for the You Have Options Program, the Director of Certification for Certified FETI and serves as a member of the National Crime Victim Law Institute’s Advisory Council along with operating her private consulting firm Carrie Hull Consulting.  Formally, Carrie Hull was a detective with the Ashland Police Department, an instructor with the Oregon Sexual Assault Training Institute where she taught best practices in sexual assault investigations to law enforcement officers across the nation, served as a member of the Legislative and Public Policy Committee for the Oregon Sexual Assault Task Force, and was a Senior Associate with Margolis Healy in addition to serving as faculty for the National Center for Campus Public Safety (NCCPS) instructing at their Trauma-Informed Sexual Assault Investigation and Adjudication Educational Program.

In 2013 Carrie Hull formalized her approach to sexual assault reporting and investigations by creating the You Have Options Program, a national law enforcement program that provides reporting options for survivors of sexual violence. Carrie Hull co- authored “You Have Options: Improving Law Enforcement’s Response to Sexual Assault,” in the December 2014 issue of Police Chief Magazine. She has participated in roundtable discussions facilitated by U.S. Senator Claire McCaskill regarding campus sexual assault, was featured as a subject matter expert in “Pursuit of Truth: Adult Survivors of Child Sexual Abuse Seeking Justice” and testified in the Oregon Legislature regarding and in support of sexual assault protective orders and advocate privilege.

In 2015 Carrie Hull was selected to receive the End Violence Against Women International Professional Impact Award for work that has significantly influenced response to violence against women.  She has also received the National Crime Victim Law Institute’s (NCVLI) Victims’ Rights Partnership Award and the American Association of University Women (AAUW) Breaking Barriers Achievement Award. In 2014 she received the local and regional Ruby Award from Soroptimist International.  She has been the recipient of three community-policing awards and two merit awards in addition to being named Officer of the Year at the Ashland Police Department.
 
 
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