Carrie Hull currently works at the Ashland Police Department as a Detective with a special emphasis on child abuse, child sexual abuse and adult sexual assault cases. Once in the detectives division, Carrie worked with department administration to change how the Ashland Police Department investigated sexual assault cases. The department now follows a victim-centered and offender-focused approach that has been very successful.
Carrie is a forensic interviewer of children, a participating member of the Jackson County Major Assault and Death Investigation Unit (MADIU) as well as the Jackson County Sexual Assault Response Team (JCSART) and the Jackson County Child Abuse Multi-disciplinary Team. Carrie is an instructor with the Oregon Sexual Assault Training Institute where she teaches best practices in sexual assault investigations to law enforcement officers across the nation as well as a member of the Legislative and Public Policy Committee for the Oregon Sexual Assault Task Force. Carrie is a certified instructor in Verbal Defense and Influence, Self Defense Tactics for Women and Personal Protection Strategies for Women and Children.
Carrie Hull is the founder and administrator of the Southern Oregon Sexual Assault Symposium, the ‘You Have Options’ sexual assault reporting campaign, ReportingOptions.org and the “I Will” sexual assault prevention campaign. Detective Hull welcomes questions regarding the ‘You Have Options’ sexual assault reporting program. She can be reached at 541-552-2126 or firstname.lastname@example.org