CASA Central Victoria
03 5441 0430
(Mon to Fri, 9am-5pm)
Sexual Assault Crisis Line
1800 806 292
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CASA Central Victoria
03 5441 0430
(Mon to Fri, 9am-5pm)
Sexual Assault Crisis Line
1800 806 292
all other times

Fact Sheets & Resources

Fact Sheets


The below fact sheets are printable documents that contain helpful information about a range of topics.


Video and Podcast Resources


Our Watch

Australia has a choice. We can change the story that currently sees a woman murdered every week by a current or former partner. We can choose a future where women and their children live free from violence. Ending violence against women starts with gender equality.



Sexual Assault: Never Your Fault (Part One)

When there is an increase in people attending licensed venues and events, Victoria Police’s Sexual Offences and Child Abuse Investigation Team (SOCIT) sees a rise in sexual assault. In this three part series, we dispel common myths and misconceptions about sexual assault. Watch video one here.



James is Dead

Whether it’s murder or sexual assault, it’s not the victim’s fault.



Tea and Consent

If you’re still struggling with consent just imagine instead of initiating sex you’re making them a cup of tea. Animation courtesy of Emmeline May at and Blue Seat Studios. Copyright © 2015 RockStarDinosaurPiratePrincess and Blue Seat Studios. Images are Copyright ©2015 Blue Seat Studios. – See more at:…



The cast of GIRLS

The cast of GIRLS has a powerful message about sexual assault – You can do something about sexual assault



Our Watch

Doing nothing causes harm.

Find out how to do something when you see disrespect towards women at



The Truth Project

The Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse has launched a landmark television public awareness campaign to ensure victims and survivors of child sexual abuse have the opportunity to be heard at the Truth Project. The Truth Project enables victims and survivors to share what happened to them and make suggestions to help keep children safer in future. People can share their accounts in writing as well as in person or over the phone. Find out more:



Silent Waves

Silent Waves tells one true story led by 25 year old Raquel O’Brien, as she attempts to liberate herself from the trauma of childhood sexual abuse and a father with a dark secret.

To do so, she has raw, brutally honest and open conversations with her family about the cataclysmic circumstances of their story for the first time… and all on tape.

What emerges is a larger story as her previously fractured family, emboldened by being interviewed, find the freedom to confront their conflicting versions of the events and reconcile with it and each other.


Believed is a story of survivors finding their power in a cultural moment when people are coming to understand how important that is.

It’s an inside look at how a team of women — a detective, a prosecutor, and an army of survivors — won justice in one of the largest serial sexual abuse cases in U.S. history.

It’s also an unnerving exploration of how even well-meaning adults can fail to believe.


The six-part series, called Unspeakable: Understanding Sexual Crime, tells true stories, featuring interviews with Police investigators, victims and their families.


Know your rights: downloads and resources

Sexual Assault, the Law and your Rights

This booklet is produced by our sister organisation: South Eastern CASA. It has information about getting support, reporting the assault to the police, intervention orders, going to court, compensation and financial assistance and where to get help.


Victoria Legal Aid: Sex and the Law


Reporting Sexual Offences to Police FactSheet PDF