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If you have been raped or sexually assaulted, you can report it to law enforcement. Everyone responds to sexual assault differently. Since most sexual assaults are committed by acquaintances, some victims may feel uncomfortable or uncertain about reporting the incident, or about seeking help. Victims may question their own actions leading up to the assault. They may fear being doubted by friends, family, or even doctors and police officers. These feelings are very normal responses to the trauma you have endured. If you have been the victim of a sexual assault, we encourage you to seek help. Sexual assault is a crime, and you deserve to be protected by the law. If you do choose to report sexual assault or report rape in Douglasville or Douglas County, you should take the following steps:
As a non-profit, our services are offered completely free of charge to victims of abuse. Our services are supported by the gracious support of outside funding and donations.
You must provide law enforcement a current phone number (non-cell phone) and address. Once you have provided them with contact information, you have the right to receive the following information from law enforcement and prosecution:
Many young victims are particularly concerned with getting into legal trouble if they were assaulted while drinking or using drugs. While under aged drinking and drug use is a crime, law enforcement is MUCH more concerned with the crimes of sexual assault and therefore, the priority is always to seek help for you or the person you know that is a victim of abuse.
If you or someone you know is a victim of Sexual Assault, please contact the Douglas County Task force for help today. For help, counseling, guidance, or for more information, please contact us 24/7 at 678-715-1196. If you are in danger, please call 911 immediately.