Source: (2010) London: Government Equalities Office.This document summarises a much longer report structured in terms of the specific questions the review was asked to address and assessing the strength of evidence currently available. Here the findings are presented through a set of key themes: • what we know about the prevalence and distribution of rape; • reporting and disclosure; • support and advocacy; • the response of the criminal justice system; • the response of the health system; • attitudes to and stereotypes of rape; and • the impact of recent policy changes. We conclude with some possible future directions which flow from this evidence base.The findings are located within a summary of the current policy context and the methodological approach used to access the material used. (excerpt). Restorative justice is included as an alternative response.