- Sexual Assault Response Commitment
LPD Sexual Assault Response Commitment
|LARAMIE POLICE DEPARTMENT|
Sexual Violence Response Commitment
The Laramie Police Department takes any form of sexual assault, sexual contact, or other forms of sexual violence, seriously.
Our officers have been specially trained to investigate incidents of sexual violence in a manner that recognizes the effects of trauma on victims. As a victim of sexual violence, your wellness and safety are our priority. The LPD is committed to supporting victims throughout the investigatory process.
The Laramie Police Department is part of a community-based investigative team that includes sexual assault advocates (Albany County SAFE Project), specially trained sexual assault nurse examiners (SANEs), and the Albany County Attorney’s Office. As a team, we have collaborated in the development of interwoven protocols that ensures a coordinated response to incidents of sexual violence.
While we encourage you to make a police report, we also want you to know that we understand how difficult this might be. Our overriding concern is that you, as a victim, understand the options available to you. The Laramie Police Department has adopted the following commitments for victims of sexual assault:
Additional Information for Your Consideration
|If you are the victim of unwanted sexual contact or sexual assault, please consider calling the Laramie Police Department at 721-2526, or in an emergency, 911. We stand committed to professionally investigating your crime and directing you to resources that will provide the best path forward for you.|
Albany County SAFE Project – Hotline 307.745.3556
University of Wyoming STOP Violence Resource Center
Wyoming Coalition Against Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault
National Sexual Violence Resource Center
Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network