The recently declared mistrial in the Andrea Constand / Bill Cosby rape trial was frustrating for all of us – whether you’re a survivor, an ally, an advocate, an activist in the movement, or simply… Read More
New Jersey Legislature Votes to Expand Sexual Violence Response Training to Law Enforcement Community
New Jersey Legislature Votes to Expand Sexual Violence Response Training to Law Enforcement Community Trenton, N.J. – The New Jersey Coalition Against Sexual Assault (NJCASA) applauds the passing of the A2167/S1739, which will expand requirements… Read More
For more than a year, Garden State Equality has engaged in a collaborative partnership with NJCASA’s Community Conversations Initiative. Together, we are working to ensure sexual assault service providers are better prepared to respond to… Read More
NJCASA’s executive director, Patricia Teffenhart, joined Comcast Newsmakers to discuss recently proposed legislation that would increase the amount of training law enforcement officers receive on responding to sexual violence. “Sexual assault survivors are moving forward… Read More
“From Followers to Ambassadors:” NJCASA’s communications team travels to Texas to promote social media and social change!
We are Marissa Marzano and Sarah Bear, aka NJCASA’s communications dynamos! We are really excited to be a part of this year’s National Sexual Assault Conference (NSAC) in Dallas, Texas! NSAC is “an advocacy-based conference… Read More