"What we know is that there's improvements that can be made to the reporting process more generally," Dr. Johnson told KTVA, "so to not only encourage people to report in the first place, but also to make sure those who do report have a positive experience."
Dr. Johnson will personally interview participants from throughout the state who are willing to talk about their experiences. Study participants will remain anonymous and will be paid for their time. Study participants must have been at least 18 years old at the time of the assault. Both women and men are encouraged to participate.
The interview process includes questions about the sexual assault reporting experience, as well as the participant’s perspectives on justice and how improvements could be made to the reporting system.
For further information, contact Dr. Ingrid Johnson at email@example.com or 907-786-1126, or see the Alaska SAKI study Facebook page.
- "UAA Seeks Sexual Assault Victims for New Study." KTVA Channel 11 News, 17 Apr 2019.
- "Sexual Assault Victim-Survivors Have Opportunity to Shape Better Response System through UAA Justice Center Project." Anchorage Press, 17 Apr 2019.