California Sexual Assault Investigators Association
Providing High-quality training for investigators in the fields of sexual assault
Welcome to the CSAIA
Welcome to the California Sexual Assault Investigators Association (CSAIA) website. The primary purpose of CSAIA is to provide high-quality training in the fields of sexual assault – prevention, detection, investigation, evidence collection and analysis, prosecution, victim services and support, incarceration, and treatment of offenders, offender monitoring, as well as other closely related areas.
This Association exists to promote and increase constructive relationships between investigators throughout the state and nation in order to aid in the rapid dissemination of information, as well as to form contacts and liaisons to further assist in the apprehension of offenders. This is done through effective investigation and prosecution of sexual assault cases in order to ensure that victims receive the highest level of service and sensitivity and that offenders procure the maximum measure of the law.
The Association encourages and will actively support legislative changes, which promote the mission of CSAIA.
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Open to all disciplines related to sexual assault investigations.
OUTSTANDING PERFORMANCE AWARDS
Each year during the CSAIA Annual Training Conference the Association honors professionals for Outstanding Performance in the field of sexual assault investigations, forensics, and legislation. All of the awards are based on nominations submitted to the CSAIA Board of Directors.
By clicking the button below you can download the nomination form, which includes the guidelines and the criteria and submitting a nomination. All nominations must be submitted to the Awards Committee by January 18, 2024, at 5pm. Nominations can be submitted via e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org
ARE YOU A VICTIM OF A SEXUAL ASSAULT?
If you’ve found our website while searching the topic of sexual assault, please know that we are not a law enforcement, medical, or psychiatric agency. Please contact your local law enforcement agency or go to your nearest hospital to seek assistance.