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Joanne Archambault and Kim Lonsway served as Co-Editors of the Sexual Assault Report (SAR), an excellent bimonthly newsletter published by the Civic Research Institute, from 2008-2013.

We encourage professionals in the field to submit manuscripts to be considered for publication in SARSAR publishes high quality articles and reviews of books, social science articles, and legal decisions related to sexual assault. The kinds of topics that might be interesting for SAR readers include a review of a book, DVD/video, report, or social scientific article in the field. 

Particularly interesting for SAR readers are articles that bridge the gap between research and practice, to provide concrete guidance for practitioners based on empirically supported knowledge. The publication is designed to be useful for practitioners in a wide range of disciplines, including:

  • Victim advocates and service providers
  • Prosecutors and civil attorneys
  • Law enforcement professionals
  • Medical forensic examiners
  • Researchers and educators
  • Policymakers and media representatives

We encourage professionals in the field to submit manuscripts to be considered for publication in SARTo submit a manuscript for review, please contact the new Co-Editors:

Stephanie Frogge: stephaniefrogge@sbcglobal.net

Karen Kalergis: Karen.Kalergis@gmail.com

For more information on SAR and the Civic Research Institute please see their website at:  http://www.civicresearchinstitute.com/sar.html.

 
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