April 2014Interview with Caitlin Sulley, University of Texas at Austin
Caitlin Sulley discusses how action-research team in Houston went about making the action-research project in Houston as victim-oriented as possible. Ms. Sulley talks about the creation of a hotline for sexual assault victims to call and the police department’s hiring of a justice advocate.
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