Any faculty, staff or student having knowledge of reasonable suspicion that an incident of sexual assault, dating violence and-or stalking has taken place. Statistical data also will be collected from the information provided. Survivors also may use the form to request support.
If you are in immediate danger, call If you are not in immediate danger there are many existing resources for you. Anyone can be affected by sexual violence.
Sexual Assault is violation of the law and will not be tolerated. Contrary to popular belief, sex-based crimes are among the most frequently committed offenses we know this from the National Crime Victimization Surveys over time. However, because victims are often unable or unwilling to report such a crime or even old enough to realize that a crime was committed against themit remains one of the most UNDER-reported person to person crimes.
These resources will not share any information unless there is immediate danger to you or another person. The Counseling Center provides free, confidential counseling services to all students currently enrolled at Texas State. These resources will only share sexual misconduct information that is required by law or necessary to investigate the claim. She is available during business hours and is committed to providing a prompt, equitable response to all reports of sexual misconduct.
At Texas Southmost College, we are committed to the prevention of all forms of sexual assault and abuse. Reporting an incident of sexual misconduct is a difficult, yet important decision. We encourage survivors and members of our community to report sexual misconduct.
Title IX also prohibits sexual harassment, which includes sexual assault and sexual violence. When you report, UTSA staff will take immediate steps to protect your safety. You will have the opportunity to provide EOS with information of witnesses or individuals with knowledge of the sexual harrassment, sexual assault or sexual violence.
Shetal S. Victoria Camp is an independent consultant in the field of sexual assault; at the time of research and writing, she was deputy director of the Texas Association Against Sexual Assault in Austin. The opinions, findings, conclusions, and recommendations expressed in this article are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the state of Texas or the U.
SMU strictly prohibits sexual misconduct, including sexual assault, and is committed to maintaining a campus where sexual assault does not occur. However, studies have shown that sexual assault is an underreported crime nationwide and that sexual assaults reported on college campuses often involve students who know one another. SMU seeks to provide a supportive environment for students to come forward to report any violations and to obtain help.
This module is designed to provide detailed information on the background, philosophy, and implementation of alternative reporting options for victims of sexual assault, such as anonymous reporting, non-investigative reporting, and third-party reporting. It provides a thorough overview of the key concepts and components necessary to implement such alternative reporting options, as well as recommendations for best practice. In the webinar, Opening Doors: Alternative Reporting Options for Law Enforcement and VAWA Forensic Compliancewe explore a number of community models that have been implemented to improve victims' access to the criminal justice and community response systems.