The Indiana Campus Sexual Assault Primary Prevention Project (INCSAPPP) aids Indiana colleges and universities in the primary prevention of sexual violence through training and technical assistance, coalition building and mini-grants.
We advocate a comprehensive approach that involves 6 components: Coalition Building, Policy, Male Involvement, Data Collection, Bystander Intervention, and Social Marketing.
Contributions to the Field
INCSAPPP has been recognized by the National Sexual Violence Resource Center as an innovative program in sexual violence prevention. For more of our accomplishments, please click here.
In the News
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