The Sexual Assault Risk Reduction Curriculum was a collaborative project funded by a grant from the Office of Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS) and is available for free on this web site. The curriculum was specifically developed to reduce the incidence of adolescent sexual assault through risk-reduction educational strategies. It is a powerful tool to assist school personnel, police, and community agency staff in their efforts to implement high-quality educational programs.
The curriculum includes lessons for high school and middle school aged youth. The lessons can be used in either school or non-school settings, such as health clinics, after-school programs, youth centers and camps. We encourage agencies interested in the implementation of a sexual assault curriculum to collect their own data about sexual assault and to customize the lessons and presentations to reflect the adolescent sexual assault characteristics in their own communities.
Sexual Assault Risk Reduction Curriculum: A Comprehensive Guide for the Classroom Teacher or Community Educator
Sexual Assault Risk Reduction Curriculum Overhead Slides (Power Point)
SDPD High School Sexual Assault Risk Reduction Lesson Outline
SDPD Middle School Sexual Assault Risk Reduction Lesson Outline
Student Evaluation of Speaker?s Bureau Presentation - Form
Youth Sexual Assault Prevention School-Based Partnership Evaluation Report prepared by Dr. Suzanne Lindsay, San Diego State University Institute for Public Health
Parent Tip Brochure - 411 on Teen Sexual Assault Prevention
What College Men should know about Sexual Assault, Rape and Sexual Battery
What College Women should know about Sexual Assault, Rape and Sexual Battery