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Report of the Cornwall Public Inquiry - Research Papers

Cornwall Public Inquiry Commissioned Research and Party Research  (56Kb / 19 pages)


Commissioned Phase 1 Research Papers

1. JOSEPH P. HORNICK AND CHELSEY MORRICE
  A Historical Review of the Evolution of Police Practices, Policies and Training Regarding Child Sexual Abuse  (539Kb / 158 pages)
2. CAROL A. STALKER, AMANDA TOPHAM, MAXINE BARBOUR, AND NATALIE FORDE
  Policies and Practices of Child Welfare Agencies in Response to Complaints of Child Sexual Abuse 1960-2006  (839Kb / 183 pages)
3. TRACEY TROTHEN, TIM CROUCH, AND RYAN MCNALLY
  A Survey of Policies and Practices in Respect to Responses by Religious Institutions to Complaints of Child Sexual Abuse and Complaints by Adults of Historical Child Sexual Abuse, 1960-2006  (841Kb / 290 pages)
4. SIMON N. VERDUN-JONES, CARLA MCLEAN, VALERIE H. GREGORY, AND LAUREN FREEDMAN
  A Survey of Policies and Practices of Government Agencies Involved in the Administration of Youth Justice and Custodial Care with Respect to Complaints of Child Sexual Abuse and Complaints by Adults of Historical Child Sexual Abuse Who Were Provided with Government Services, Whether by Employees of the Government or by Volunteers  (714Kb / 215 pages)

Phase 2 Policy Research Papers

1. ALLEN RESEARCH CORPORATION
  Cornwall Public Inquiry Counselling Support Research Report  (325Kb / 118 pages)
2. ANGELA LONG AND LOUISE-MICHELLE TANSEY-MILLER
  Non-familial Child Sexual Abuse: Sentencing Trends in Alberta, Ontario & Québec 1969-2008  (1,249Kb / 341 pages)
3. LESLIE H. MACLEOD
  A Time for Apologies: The Legal and Ethical Implications of Apologies in Civil Cases
(550Kb / 130 pages)
4. MICHAEL PETRUNIK, ADINA ILEA, AND SUSAN LOVE
  The Need for Treatment and Support Services in Eastern Ontario for Males Who Have Been Sexually Abused as Children or Youth and Have Offended Sexually as Adults
(459Kb / 134 pages)

Action Research Projects

1. ANGÈLE LYNCH AND SARAH KAPLAN (Cornwall Community Hospital/Assault and Sexual Abuse Program)
  Treatment Program for Sexual Offenders and Those at Risk of Offending Sexually: A Program Proposal  (4,082Kb / 74 pages)
2. THE GATEHOUSE® (workshops and training only)
  The Gatehouse® Mentor Program   (10Kb / 1 page)
  Receiving and Handling Disclosure by Adults of Their Childhood Sexual Abuse or Their Abuse as Young People   (12Kb / 1 page)
3. THE MEN'S PROJECT (workshops only)
  From Conceptualization to Engagement: A Two-Day Training on Male Sexual Victimization   (20Kb / 1 page)
  Revisioning Male Violence: A Two-Day Training for Helping Professionals Who Work with Abusive and/or Violent Men   (21Kb / 1 page)
  Group Theory and Practice: A Two-Day Training and Group Therapy   (20Kb / 1 page)
  Self-Care for the Trauma Worker: A Two-Day Workshop Focusing on Vicarious Trauma
(21Kb / 1 page)
  Trauma and Resiliency: A Four-Day Training Intensive for Health Professionals Working with Trauma   (26Kb / 1 page)
4. PRÉVACTION
  PrévAction Report and Feasibility Study: Recommendations for Phase 2 Healing and Reconciliation   (39Kb / 9 pages)
  PrévAction Report to Phase 2 of the Cornwall Public Inquiry:
  Views of Youth Regarding Sexual Abuse Prevention, Dangers on the Internet and the Boys and Girls Club   (667Kb / 136 pages)
  Environmental Scan   (137Kb / 26 pages)
  Child Advocacy Centre of Cornwall and the Surrounding Communities: Functional Plan (641Kb / 16 pages)
  PrévAction Report on a Five-Year Healing and Reconciliation Plan   (418Kb / 82 pages)
5. JAMIE MARSOLAIS (Shelter 2015 Committee)
  Shelter 2015 Report: Research Proposal for an Emergency Shelter in Cornwall, Ontario  (1,658Kb / 46 pages)
6. ST. LAWRENCE COLLEGE, CORNWALL CAMPUS
  Centre of Excellence: Post-Diploma Education on the Prevention, Treatment and Community Support of Victims of Child Sexual Abuse: Feasibility Assessment Update Presentation  (222Kb / 25 pages)
7. THE SURVIVOR LEADERSHIP TEAM
  Research and Feasibility Study: The Adult Community Healing Resource Centre
(444Kb / 41 pages)

Party Research

1. DAVID BENNETT AND DAVID LIZOAIN (The Men's Project)
  An Ombudsman for Survivors of Sexual Violence (How Would It Work)  (281Kb / 68 pages)
2. MARK PATTON AND RICK GOODWIN (The Men's Project)
  Survivors Helping Survivors: A Study of the Benefits, Risks, & Challenges of Peer-Support with Survivors of Sexual Violence in the Province of Ontario
(2,421Kb / 114 pages)
3. RICK GOODWIN AND MARK PATTON (The Men's Project)
  Survivors Helping Survivors: A Practical Guide to Understanding Peer-Support for Survivors of Sexual Violence  (961Kb / 12 pages)
4. ANDY FISHER, RICK GOODWIN, AND MARK PATTON (The Men's Project)
  Men & Healing: Theory, Research, and Practice in Working with Male Survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse  (948Kb / 304 pages)


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