Below is information on statutes, legislation, protective orders, medical care and other legal issues pertaining to sexual violence.
Illinois Criminal Sexual Assault Act and Related Statutes. Published April 2020.View
Information on protective orders available to survivors.View
This legislation amends the Confidentiality of Statements Made to Rape Crisis Personnel statute (735 ILCS 5/8-802.1) to confirm that all ICASA-certified rape crisis centers are subject to the absolute privilege requirements.View
ICASA recently filed an Amicus Brief. For more information on the brief, please click below.View
Information on changes to Illinois laws in 2020 and legal issues relevant to ICASA.More
Michelle Madden Dempsey, Law Professor at Villanova University, prepared this letter regarding the practice of invasive gynecological exams survivors are ordered to endure in the course of legal proceedings against their perpetrators.View Report
The list of cases from the Dempsey Report on Court-Ordered Rape.View List
Find a crisis center near you.
ICASA member rape crisis centers are located across Illinois and provide services to approximately 98% of the state's population.
Contact with an ICASA center is completely confidential.
Illinois Coalition Against Sexual Assault (ICASA)
100 North 16th Street, Springfield, IL 62703 USA
Phone: +1 217-753-4117 • Fax: (217) 753-8229
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