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Adult/Adolescent SANE-SART Course

Sponsored by Kansas Coalition Against Sexual & Domestic Violence (KCSDV)

This course is for healthcare professionals (APRN, RN, LPN), law enforcement, prosecutors, SANE/SAFEs, advocates, mental health professionals.

KCSDV is approved as a provider of continuing nursing education by the Kansas State Board of Nursing. This course offering is approved for contact hours applicable for APRN, RN, or LPN relicensure. Kansas State Board of Nursing provider number: LT0291-0914.

The Adult Adolescent SANE-SART Course consists of two-parts: one completed via on-line modules and one completed in-person. This format is intended to encourage participants to acquire knowledge at their own pace and in ways consistent with their personal learning style through the online modules.

Part One: Online Portion

Part One: Online Portion: Prior to attending the in-person course, you are required to participate in 9 knowledge-focused on-line modules and complete an online quiz after each module.

Participants should view the presentation and read the associated documents prior to completing the quiz for each module. While completing the module, participants should make note of any additional questions they may have. Participants will have the opportunity to submit these questions when completing the quiz. Any questions submitted will be addressed during the in-person course.

The post-test or quiz is completed through an online service. A link is provided for the quiz for each module. The password for all quizzes is hospital (case sensitive). KCSDV is notified automatically when a participant completes a quiz and will use these notifications to track completion of the modules. Participants must receive a passing score (70%) on each quiz in order to receive credit for each module. Participants are allowed four attempts to receive a passing score on each quiz.

Instruction sheets for reviewing the on-line modules and for completing the quizzes have been provided. Should participants experience any difficulties or need any additional technical assistance, participants should contact the KCSDV Training Team.

Participants can access the modules at any time and work at their own pace.

Part Two: In-Person Portion

The in-person course will consist of three required days for all participants. The fourth day of the course is required for nurses, and is optional for other participants.



Module 1: History and Professional Nursing Considerations

Watch the recorded webinar and take the quiz.



Module 2: Police Response to Violence Against Women: BRINGING SEXUAL ASSAULT OFFENDERS TO JUSTICE

Watch three segments of the video "Bringing Sexual Assault Offenders to Justice", presented by The International Association of Chiefs of Police:

Segment 1: Realities of Sexual Assault

Segment 2: Effectively Preparing Cases

Segment 3: Working the Case: Techniques and Collaboration

After watching all three videos, you will be ready to take the quiz.



Module 3: Role of Law Enforcement in Child Sexual Abuse Cases

Watch this recorded webinar and take the quiz.



Module 4: The Role of the Prosecutor



Module 5: The Role of the Defense



Module 6: Kansas Crime Victims Compensation Program



Module 7: Memory, Stress and Time

Read this article, Working Toward the Truth in Officer-Involved Shootings,
from the FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin and then take the quiz.



Module 8: Ethical Considerations



Module 9: Pregnancy Testing and Prophylaxis



This grant project is funded or partially funded by the State General Fund as administered by the Kansas Governor’s Grants Program. The opinions, findings and conclusions, or recommendations expressed in this publication, program, or exhibition are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Office of the Kansas Governor.

Prevention Conference 2015 Presenters' Handouts


An Integrative Approach to Preventing Secondary Trauma

Julia Westhoff

Building Relationships With LGBTQ Communities

Victoria Pickering

Building Capacity to Prevent Sexual Violence on the Community and Societal Level

Melanie Austin
Bridget Flores
Kristen A. K. Czugala
Natabhona Mabachi

Coaching Boys Into Men: Engaging Young Men & Boys Through Athletics To Prevent Violence
Coaching Boys Into Men Playbook
Coaching Boys Into Men Card Series
Coaching Boys Into Men Contact Info

Brian Porch
Andre Tyler

Collaborative Prevention

Jeffery Bucholtz

Consent: The burden, the elusive, the heteronormative

Jessica Haymaker
Jenna Tripodi

Embodying Change

Jessica Muñoz

Engaging the Corporate World to Prevent Sexual and Domestic Violence

Jenalea Randall

Engaging Secondary Schools in Gender Violence Prevention: The Use and Application of the “Domestic/Sexual Assault and Secondary School Systems Readiness Assessment Tool”

Dr. Michael Fleming
Dr. Alan Heisterkamp

Engaging Youth for Social Change

Melissa Ruth
Dalton Tiegs
Maria Villagomez Aguilera

How to Talk About Rape Culture

Rachel Gadd-Nelson

Lessons Learned from a US Army Victim Advocate: Engaging and Empowering Men in the Conversation to Prevent Sexual Violence

Kathleen Broussard
Sara Nash

Practical Tools and Strategies to Prevent Adolescent Relationship Abuse

Melissa Ruth
Dalton Tiegs
Maria Villagomez Aguilera

Primary Prevention of Sexual and Domestic Violence in Communities: An Asset-Building Approach

Deborah Adams

Principles of Public Health and the Prevention of Sexual Violence

Melanie Austin
Elizabeth Durkin

Reweaving Identities: Shame as an Important Thread in Prevention

Natalie Hoskins
Phillip Wagner

Reweaving Our Social Fabric: Kansas State Plan to Prevent Sexual and Domestic Violence

Kristina Scott
Kathy Ray

Take Care of Your Professional Posterior: End of the Day Mental and Back Relief
Yoga Resources Brochure

Dr. Janice McIntyre

Teen Dating Violence Prevention Programming and Implementation
Principals of Effective Prevention Programs
Break the Cycle Rural Toolkit
Break the Cycle Activity Guides
A Review of Risk Factors and Prevention Efforts

Rachelle Feuillerat

What “Gender” Frame Do We Use? Applying the Global Conceptualization of Gender Programming in Engaging Boys and Men to Prevent Gender-based Violence

Juliana Carlson

2014 CVRC Pre-Conference Materials

Civil Rights Complaints

Equal Employment Opportunity

KCSDV is an equal opportunity employer. KCSDV does not discriminate in its employment decisions or service practices on the basis of race, religion, gender identity, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, age, disability, military status, or on any other basis that would be in violation of any applicable Federal, State, or local law.

This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment including recruiting, selecting, hiring, promoting transferring, training, disciplining, compensating, or any other staffing, rightsizing, or downsizing activity.

Civil Rights Complaint Procedure

A person who believes s/he has been excluded from participation in, denied the benefits of, subjected to discrimination under, or denied employment because of race, gender identity, color, national origin, sex, age, sexual orientation, religion, military status or disability or has been retaliated against for engaging in protected activity can file a complaint with KCSDV’s Executive Director in person, through email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. , or by mail at 634 SW Harrison, Topeka, Kansas, 66603.

All inquiries and complaints should be addressed to the Executive Director, who is the Organization’s Civil Rights Liaison.

KCSDV’s Executive Director will notify such person of her/his right to file a complaint with any of the following state or federal agencies:

Kansas Human Rights Commission (KHRC)
900 SW Jackson
Suite 568-South
Landon Office Building
Topeka, Kansas, 66612
Phone: 785-296-3206
Fax: 785-296-0589
TTY: 785-296-0245

Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC)
National Contact Center at 1-800-669-4000 or 1-800-669-6820 (TTY)
Gateway Tower II, 4th & State Avenue, 9th Floor, Kansas City, KS 66101

Office for Civil Rights (OCR) Office of Justice Programs
US Department of Justice
810 7th Street, NW Washington, DC 20531


When notified that a person believes s/he has been discriminated against and wishes to file a complaint, KCSDV’s Executive Director will notify such person that if s/he wishes to file a complaint with KHRC, EEOC, or OCR, that complaint must be filed within the time frames set forth by those agencies as can be found at the links below:

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