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Toolkit for Preventing Dating Violence, Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault and Stalking in the Community College Context

April 6, 2022
The Toolkit for Preventing Dating Violence, Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault and Stalking in the Community College Context is designed to increase the capacity of community colleges to prevent interpersonal violence among students. It is organized in nine steps: Reflect on Past Efforts Identifying Your Community Identify and Engage Stakeholders Identify Needs and Assets Select Programs Tailor Programs Plan Your Evaluation Implement Programs Evaluate Progress and Share Results The tools included...

Toolkit for Preventing Interpersonal Violence among Students Studying Abroad

April 6, 2022
The Toolkit for Preventing Interpersonal Violence among Students Studying Abroad is designed to increase the capacity of colleges to prevent interpersonal violence among students who participate in study abroad programs. It is organized to correspond with the four stages of the study abroad experience: Institutional Planning Pre-Departure Post-Departure/Immersion Return/Reintegration The tools included were created based on findings from an accompanying literature review, which includes results...

Stalking Resources for Campus Professionals

October 21, 2021
These resources from SPARC (Stalking Prevention, Awareness, and Resource Center can help campus professionals better understand how to identify and respond to incidences of stalking on campus. Campus Stalking Fact Sheet Campus Stalking Infographic Stalking Incident and Behavior Log Response Strategies for College Campuses  

Comparing Commonly Used Survey Platforms for Collecting Your Campus Climate Survey Data

September 9, 2021
Schools interested in conducting student climate surveys on sexual misconduct have a lot of decisions to make. For a web-based survey, you will need to determine what survey platform to use to administer it. Web-based surveys are commonly used because they can quickly reach large numbers of students via email or text message, and the survey platforms typically have built-in data management and analysis systems. Advancements in mobile data collection have resulted in many survey platforms offerin...

Integrating Victim Services Into Policy

September 3, 2021
Committing to provide victim services on campus extends beyond the advocacy itself. A conduct policy is an excellent place to educate student survivors about their privacy rights, the resources, and options available to them and how to access these services. Se extiende la deferisa pm el oomprnmiso de dar servioios a las vicLimas en el campus. Una buena polftica de conducta es un medio excelente para educar a los estudiantes sobrevrivientes sobre sus derechos de privacidad, los recursos y las op...

Victim Services and Conduct Policy Assessment Tool

September 3, 2021
This Assessment Tool is intended to be used after reviewing Integrating Victim Services into Conduct Policies Guide. This case study can be used to assess how integrated victim services is in your institutions’ current domestic violence, sexual assault, and stalking (DVSAS) conduct policy. “Se pretende utilizar esta Herramienta de Evaluación tras revisar la Guía de Políticas de Conducta sobre su Integración en los Servicios a la Víctima. Este caso de estudio puede ser utilizado para evaluar el n...

Supporting Latin@ Student Survivors of Domestic and Dating Violence, Sexual Assault, and Stalking

August 31, 2021
Domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, and stalking impact individuals across all races, ethnicities, socio-economic levels, genders, sexual orientation, and levels of education. Therefore, it is important to be aware of the impact on different populations and explore ways to improve prevention and response efforts, while taking into consideration different factors that can impact diverse student populations. Data published by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) indi...

New Title IX resources from OCR

July 22, 2021
Message from Office for Civil Rights (OCR) – Department of Education: We wanted to share two newly released Title IX resources with you, which we hope you can pass along to anybody you think will be interested. First, OCR issued the following resource: Questions and Answers on the Title IX Regulations on Sexual Harassment (July 2021) and a related Appendix. The Q&A clarifies how OCR interprets schools’ existing obligations under the 2020 amendments to the Department’s Title IX regulati...

Improving Climate Survey Data through Higher Response Rates and Sample Representativeness

July 20, 2021
Conducting a student climate survey on sexual misconduct can have many benefits to institutions of higher education. Climate survey data can help schools develop prevention programs, allocate victims’ assistance resources, and modify policies in a data-informed way, based on the actual experiences and opinions of students. However, to be meaningful, the data must reflect the entire student body at a given school. Many schools have found that only a small proportion of students who are invited to...
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