Drug Facilitated Sexual Assault / Documentary Video. From the public domain.
More than once a minute, 78 times an hour, or 1,871 times a day, someone in the United States is a victim of sexual assault. Many of those assaults are drug-facilitated.
Intoxication or being under the influence of another drug does not constitute consent and far too often, a person will wake up in an unknown place and not know what happened to him/her. Investigators need to know how to recognize the signs of a drugged person who may have been sexually assaulted.
During this hour-long broadcast, learn how to identify if someone has been drugged. Also, find out how to differentiate between a possible drugging, intoxication, and someone trying to falsify a story. See how to you might be able to prevent an assault from happening in the first place. Learn how many prescription and over-the-counter medications react negatively with alcohol, and may cause severe impairment.
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