mncasa.org

Upvotes received1
Downvotes received1
Karma:-1 (upvotes-downvotes)



0 earned Badges

No badges were found



Definitions (59)

1

1   0

rule 8 hearing


The hearing following the arraignment at which the attorney appears with the defendant, where the conditions of release might be reviewed, and where the defense attorney usually requests either an omnibus hearing or a trial date. Sometimes this hearing is called the "uncontested omnibus hearing," and sometimes it is combined with the arra [..]
Source: mncasa.org

2

0   0

alcohol/drug facilitated sexual assault


 As a way to perpetrate a sexual attack, alcohol or other drugs are used to subdue the victim. Many drugs have been used for this purpose; some of the more common are Rohypnol, GHB and Ketamine. However, it must be pointed out, that although these drugs are used for sexual violence, alcohol remains the most common substance used to subdue victims [..]
Source: mncasa.org

3

0   0

bullying


Bullying includes a wide variety of behaviors, but all involve a person or group repeatedly trying to harm someone who is weaker or more vulnerable. Much of bullying that occurs in elementary, middle, and high schools is related to sexuality, race, and gender issues. Bullying and sexual harassment often go hand-in-hand in school environments.
Source: mncasa.org

4

0   0

date/acquaintance rape


Unwanted, coerced and/or forced sexual penetration that occurs between people who are known to each other. This relationship may be a dating relationship, a blind date or "hook up." They may know one another well or only briefly. The issue is not identifying who the perpetrator is; it is rather identifying how force or coercion is manifes [..]
Source: mncasa.org

5

0   0

commercial sexual exploitation


Paying someone else for sexual activities, or for sexually graphic materials or behaviors. Some forms of commercial sexual exploitation include: stripping, prostitution, nude bars, live sex shows, peep shows, trafficking people. See also Systematic Sexual Abuse
Source: mncasa.org

6

0   0

child sexual abuse


Overt physical or emotional aggression is not always a part of child sexual abuse. By definition, any sexual contact with a child is illegal. Offenders who target children use a variety of strategies to engage a child: force, trickery, bribery, blackmail. Child sexual abuse can be perpetrated by another child, a young person, or an adult. Child sex [..]
Source: mncasa.org

7

0   0

female genital mutilation


Female genital mutilation (FGM) is the term used to refer to the removal of part, or all, of the female genitalia. The most severe form is infibulation. The procedure consists of clitoridectomy (where all, or part of, the clitoris is removed), excision (removal of all, or part of, the labia minora), and cutting of the labia majora to create raw sur [..]
Source: mncasa.org

8

0   0

incest


Sexual abuse that is committed by one family member against another. Also called familial sexual abuse, incest can be committed by a parent, sibling, other family member, or an unrelated person living with, or treated as part of the family. See also Child Sexual Abuse.
Source: mncasa.org

9

0   0

intimate partner sexual violence


When rape/sexual assault occurs between two people who have or have had a consensual sexual relationship it is understood as Intimate Partner Sexual Violence. Sometimes this is referred to as "marital rape." Intimate partner sexual violence is often a part of relationships in which other types of violence or battering are occurring. IPSV [..]
Source: mncasa.org

10

0   0

pornography


Sexually graphic material that combines sex with violence, mistreatment, humiliation, or abuse. This includes the making of pornography when it involves violence, bribery and coercion, even if none is depicted. There is not agreement among those who are working to end sexual violence that pornography is automatically and by nature abusive. Expressi [..]
Source: mncasa.org


To view all 59 definitions, please sign in.