Sexual assault can affect anyone regardless of age, race, ethnicity, socioeconomic status, religion, educational status, sexual orientation, gender identity, and location. In Kansas, Sexual Assault crimes include rape, criminal sodomy, and sexual battery, and these crimes are amongst the most underreported with law enforcement. According to Kansas Coalition against Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence, within Kansas 1 in 5 women and 1 in 71 men have reported being raped in their lifetime.
The Riley County Police Department’s primary objective is citizen safety. One important element of safety is being informed.
Sexual Assault Resources:
- Your Option. Your Control.
- Riley County Police Department Resources Available to Offer Supportive Services
- Local Resources Available to Offer Supportive Services
- State Resources Available to Offer Supportive Information
- National Resources Available to Offer Supportive Information
- Supportive Suggestions After a Sexual Assault
- Ways to Support a Sexual Assault Survivor
- General Prevention Safety Tips
- Yes, This Room Campaign
If you are in a dangerous situation where you need help, but cannot call, you can text 911.