Indiana's State Plan
Writing the State Plan
For two years, the Indiana Sexual Violence Primary Prevention Council worked on creating Indiana’s first State Plan for sexual assault primary prevention. In October 2009, the Indiana State Department of Health officially released "Indiana's Commitment to Primary Prevention: A State Free of Sexual Violence~2010-2015." The State Plan maps out sexual violence primary prevention efforts for the next five years with the ultimate goal of a state free of sexual violence achieved through respect between and equity among all people.
INCSAPPP staff was part of the assessment and planning that went into the State Plan and is responsible for Goal #2; Outcome #6.
- Goal #2: To build and strengthen capacity to prevent sexual violence in Indiana.
- Outcome 6: By June 2015, 30% of Indiana colleges and universities will have engaged in sexual violence primary prevention programming that incorporates at least 4 of the following comprehensive programming approaches: male involvement, bystander intervention, social marketing, policy analysis, coalition-building, and data collection.