Sexual Assault

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Sexual assault is a crisis of events that can have and long, enduring after effects upon those that are involved such as the victims and those that are closest and nearest to them (family, friends, and living surroundings). The only way to actually prevent sexual assault is to stop the circumstances from beginning. But in reality, that is easier said than done because of the complexity of the prevention. After all, sexual violence is not necessary a crime that is placed in the public eye. On the other hand, some acts of sexual assault can be witnessed by others because of the lack of privacy where the crime is been committed. Meanwhile, prevention efforts should ultimately decrease the number of individuals who perpetrate sexual violence and the number of individuals who are sexual violence victims. The preventions of sexual assault tend to lower the symptoms and encourage other paths from sexual assault. In which, the prevention of sexual assault is mandatory to acknowledge any and every level of influences such as the victim, the relationship between the predator and their victim, living establishments, and the morals of the law. Typically, the strategies of sexual assault prevention maintain its focus on: the victim, the predator, and/or witnesses. Because of the difficulties in preventing an individual from committing said crimes; they will have to spot on site, suspicious behaviorism. As far as what the community itself can do in order to serve in the prevention of sexual assault by being an advocate and understanding what are the signs of sexual assault as well as socializing with others throughout the neighborhood, therefore sexual assaulting another will be discouraged. Prevention strategies will focus on issues of normality of a society, rules and regulations, laws within communities to lessen the act of sexual violence from the norms of society.
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