The Cost of Crime to Society

In a report hosted by the U.S. National Library of Medicine and the National Institutes of Health titled “The Cost of Crime to Society: New Crime-Specific Estimates for Policy and Program Evaluation” by Kathryn E. McCollister, Michael T. French, and Hai Fang review crime-costing literature in the hopes of showing how prevention programs that directly or indirectly prevent crime can generate substantial economic benefits by reducing crime-related costs incurred by victims, communities, and the criminal justice system.

To read the study, click on the view resource button below!

University of Minnesota’s Administrative Procedure in Responding to Stalking, Sexual and Dating Violence

The University of Minnesota provides procedures to follow when members of their community (administrators, students, faculty, and staff) notice signs of sexual violence on their campus.

Read the University of Minnesota administrative procedure lays out specific details on how each department of their community is to respond to an incident of sexual assault. The university provides information on responding to survivors, the result of reporting to certain offices, and resources to provide survivors.