The Saskatoon Police Service feels an addition to their website will be big help to survivors of sexual assault. Staff Sergeant James Repesse says victims will now have access to key specific information. He points out survivors will be instructed about what to expect when reporting an incident to police, where to make the report and the important measures to take during the process. Repesse says following those steps will also help investigators while hopefully helping ease the trauma survivors are already going through. The addition to the website has been launched just as organizers make final preparations for the 15th annual Luncheon En Vogue. It’s a major fundraising event for the Saskatoon Sexual Assault and information Centre which takes place on Friday.