NJEP Resources Available for Purchase

NJEP Resources Available for Purchase

  • A model curriculum developed by NJEP with the American Prosecutors Research Institute to provide prosecutors with tools for successful sex crimes prosecutions, especially nonstranger rapes. The curriculum covers such topics as rape myths and stereotypespi effect on charging decisions, jury selection and jury deliberations; how victim impact affects victim interviewing and preparation; experts such as certified sexual assault examiners; drug-facilitated rape; plea offers and sentencing.
    Price: $115.00
  • This revised and updated curriculum focuses on dealing fairly with sexual assault cases, especially nonstranger rapes, without undermining defendants' constitutional rights. The 300-page curriculum is presented in one volume that includes a Faculty Manual containing an explanation of how to present the curriculum as well as the substantive content to be conveyed, an exhaustive set of twenty-two appendices containing all the information needed to assemble a Participant's Binder and a copy of the Understanding Sexual Violence: The Judge's Role in Stranger and Nonstranger Rape and Sexual Assault Cases DVD-ROM (2005).
    Price: $140.00
  • A DVD curriculum based on NJEP's two-day, in-person curriculum. Includes courtroom vignettes, expert commentary, and a panel of judges discussing how they have used these experts' information in their own courtrooms.

     

    Price: $25.00
  • Produced by Impact Personal Safety in conjunction with the National Judicial Education Program, this DVD was created for use as a training tool for high school seniors but is appropriate for multidisciplinary use as well. Part one is The Undetected Rapist and part two is the discussions of men and women of various ages and backgrounds responding to The Undetected Rapist. The responders first discuss NJEP's video in single-sex groups, then together.
    Price: $20.00
  • This model curriculum informs participants about the problems women of color face at every level and in every aspect of the judicial system, as litigants, witnesses, defendants, employees, lawyers, and judges. The materials presented encourage judges to think about actions they can take to address these problems, in order to insure women of color equal access to justice and equal participation in the judicial system. The curriculum uses a variety of interactive teaching techniques including case studies, expert presentations, small and large group discussions, role-plays and action planning.
    Price: $80.00
  • The curriculum presents empirical data on the subject of child sexual abuse allegations arising in the context of child custody and visitation disputes. Concrete, practical ways in which judges can improve their ability to assess these allegations are emphasized. (1996)
    Price: $110.00
  • Gender, Justice & Law summarizes and provides an annotated list of resources for 62 areas of substantive and procedural law. These resources include articles, books, empirical studies, videos and websites. Gender, Justice & Law is intended for judges, judicial educators, court personnel, lawyers, law professors, law students and others involved in the justice system. (500 pages,
    Price: $10.00
  • This DVD explores the presentation of medical evidence in an adult victim rape trial. In ten segments, prosecutors and experts cover the most up-to-date research about presenting medical evidence in these cases in a clear, concise, usable format geared specifically for prosecutors.

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    Price: $25.00
  • The "Frank DVD." This DVD is a seven-minute re-enactment of part of an interview conducted by Dr. David Lisak, Associate Professor of Psychology and Director of the Men’s Sexual Trauma Research Center at University of Massachusetts-Boston. The student interviewed in the video, "Frank," explains how he planned and executed the rape of a female student at his fraternity. In the course of twenty years of interviewing these undetected rapists, in both research and forensic settings, it is clear that the stereotypes about rapists are false. The stereotype of a rapist is a ski-masked stranger who jumps from the bushes with a knife or gun and inflicts terrible, visible injuries on his victim. The reality is 180° from this stereotype. What is also clear from this research is that so-called “date rape” is not a pleasant evening gone bad because of too much alcohol. These undetected rapists plan and premeditate. They have a scheme for getting their victims into a secluded place where they will be vulnerable. Alcohol is part of this plan, intended to make the victim vulnerable.
    Price: $20.00
  • A model curriculum developed by NJEP with the American Prosecutors Research Institute to provide prosecutors with tools for successful sex crimes prosecutions, especially nonstranger rapes. The curriculum covers such topics as rape myths and stereotypes effect on charging decisions, jury selection and jury deliberations; how victim impact affects victim interviewing and preparation; experts such as certified sexual assault examiners; drug-facilitated rape; plea offers and sentencing. This curriculum is also available for free download at: http://www.mincava.umn.edu/documents/usvpros/usvpros.shtml.
    Price: $250.00
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