Violence / Assault on Campus
(Related pages: Sexual Violence / Assault and DNA / Forensics.)
Campus Answers – the higher education division of Workplace Answers, the leading provider of compliance solutions. For more than 20 years, we have provided compliance solutions to over 500 colleges and universities nationwide, including UNC Chapel Hill, University of Alabama, and the University System of New Hampshire. Built on our award-winning training content, services and software, Campus Answers delivers the most up-to-date solutions for campuses, including incident reporting and campus climate surveys. Beyond campus safety and Title IX compliance, we offer a broad range of customizable training solutions for the entire organization, Austin, TX.
Campus Program, California Coalition Against Sexual Assault – provides technical assistance to institutes of higher education in California and throughout the country and territories, Sacramento, CA.
Campus Sexual and Relationship Violence Prevention Consortium – a project between Prevention Innovations Research Center (PIRC) and university and college campuses across the United States. The Consortium provides members with training, prevention strategies, technical assistance and evaluation tools to assess and effectively address sexual and relationship violence and stalking in their communities. Technical assistance is provided by leading researchers and practitioners in the prevention, direct services, and compliance fields and is grounded in research, theory and evidence-based evaluation. The Consortium offers participants the opportunity to be in discussion with and part of a cohort of institutions working to end sexual and relationship violence and stalking on campuses, Durham, NH.
Center for Changing Our Campus Culture: An Online Resource to Address Sexual Assault, Domestic Violence, Dating Violence and Stalking – is supported by the Department of Justice's Office on Violence Against Women in collaboration with its designated Campus Program Technical Assistance Provider Team. This comprehensive online clearinghouse provides important resources for colleges and universities on sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking. The Center has gathered information from the Departments of Justice, Education, Health and Human Services, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for campus administrators, faculty and staff, campus and community law enforcement, victim service providers, students, parents and other stakeholders as they work to change the culture on their campuses. The Center has worked collaboratively and sought guidance from experts on sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking. This innovative clearinghouse includes the latest research, sample campus policies, protocols, best practices, and how to access training opportunities and technical assistance. These promising practices models, trauma informed curricula and cutting edge tools can be replicated, adapted and used (with permission when noted as necessary) by institutions of higher education to support efforts to end sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence and stalking on their campuses. Read news release announcing the Center, 8/5/2015.
Civil Rights Coordinators Data, U.S. Department of Education – the employees designated to coordinate schools’ compliance with civil rights laws play an essential role in ensuring that all students in the United States, regardless of their race, color, national origin, sex, or disability, have equal educational opportunities. Some schools designate one employee to coordinate compliance with all applicable civil rights laws. Other schools designate one or more employees to coordinate compliance with individual civil rights laws. These employees may have different titles at different schools (e.g., civil rights coordinators, equity coordinators, Title IX coordinators, Title VI coordinators, Section 504 / ADA coordinators, disability rights coordinators, etc.). The Department's Office for Civil Rights collects the name, telephone number, and email address of school districts' Title IX coordinators (sex discrimination), Title VI coordinators (race, color, and national origin discrimination), and ADA/504 coordinators (disability discrimination) as part of its Civil Rights Data Collection, which is collected every two years.
Clery Center – the mission is to prevent violence, substance abuse and other crimes in college and university campus communities across the United States, and to compassionately assist the victims of these crimes, Wayne, PA.
25th Anniversary Newsletter, November 2015
Consent is Sexy – is essentially a Sexual Rights Awareness campaign, targeting students in high schools, colleges and universities. It promotes: the awareness and practice of respect, consent and open discussion; responsible, safer sex; sexual health and emotional well-being; and gender quality and equality of rights in relationships. It counters: interpersonal and relationship abuse, sexual assault, intimate partner rape and acquaintance or date rape; gender discrimination and homophobia.
Domestic Violence Resources for Students, Charles R. Ullman & Associates – resources provide students with information on getting the help they need, Raleigh, NC.
End Rape on Campus – works to end campus sexual violence through direct support for survivors and their communities; prevention through education; and policy reform at the campus, local, state, and federal levels. We envision a world in which each individual has an educational experience free from violence, and until then, that all survivors are believed, trusted, and supported, Durham, NC.
Faculty Against Rape – the mission is to get more faculty involved in sexual assault issues on campus, and to protect faculty members who experience retaliation for doing so. Our name is a nod to the Feminist Alliance Against Rape (FAAR), the first national anti-rape organization established in 1974. To fulfill our mission, we provide: 1) resources for faculty to best support survivors inside and outside the classroom; 2) tools for faculty who want to get more involved in reform efforts on their campus; and 3) support for faculty who are facing retaliation for fighting sexual violence on their campus. We are here to help and offer support every step of the way, so if you are a faculty member who is involved or wants to get more involved in eradicating sexual violence on your campus, please contact us.
It's On Us to Stop Sexual Assault – take a pledge, watch videos and get tools.
Margolis Healy – a professional services firm specializing in campus safety, security, and regulatory compliance for higher education and K-12. With more than 15 years each of providing consulting services to clients in the education, public and private sectors, Dr. Gary J. Margolis and Steven J. Healy have positioned Margolis Healy as a leading professional services firm for safety and security needs for K-12 schools, universities and colleges, Burlington, VT.
NASPA (Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education) – the leading association for the advancement, health, and sustainability of the student affairs profession. We serve a full range of professionals who provide programs, experiences, and services that cultivate student learning and success in concert with the mission of our colleges and universities. Established in 1918 and founded in 1919, NASPA is comprised of over 15,000 members in all 50 states, 25 countries, and 8 U.S. Territories, Washington, DC.
The National Center for Campus Public Safety – the mission is to bring together all forms of campus public safety, professional associations, advocacy organizations, community leaders, and others to improve and expand services to those who are charged with providing a safe environment on the campuses of the nation's colleges and universities. The National Center promotes innovative practices specific to campus public safety efforts and develops comprehensive responses, resources and strategies, drawing from contemporary practices and the latest thinking on school safety and security. In addition, the National Center delivers essential training and technical assistance to campus security teams, student affairs professionals and key stakeholders and coordinates resources germane to the safety of students and teachers. One of the National Center’s main goals also includes developing key partnerships with professional associations, advocacy and nonprofit organizations, and government programs to enhance and centralize information and resources that are beneficial to the public safety community, Burlington, VT.
The National Center for Higher Education Risk Management – a law and consulting firm that offers systems-levels solutions for safer schools and campuses. The NCHERM Group is a repository for models that will enhance and advance your campus risk management and preventive law efforts. The NCHERM Group emphasizes best practices for policy, training, and prevention as proactive risk management. The NCHERM Group specializes in advancing culture change strategies and problem-solving for the tough wellness, compliance and liability issues colleges and universities face today, Malvern, PA.
Not Alone ~ Together Against Sexual Assault – Information for students, schools, and anyone interested in finding resources on how to respond to and prevent sexual assault on college and university campuses and in our schools. Explore the site to find a crisis service, learn more about your rights and how to file a complaint, and view a map of resolved school-level enforcement activities.
in Four – dedicated to prevent rape by the thoughtful application of theory and research to rape prevention programming. One in Four provides presentations, training, and technical assistance to men and women, with a focus on all-male programming targeted toward colleges, high schools, the military, and local community organizations. We also serve as an umbrella organizaiton and support system for all-male sexual assault peer education groups who call themselves "One in Four" chapters. We distribute educational videos to organizations nationwide. In addition, we sponsor the "One in Four" national tour, whereby professional peer-educators travel nationwide to present rape prevention programs to boys and men, New London, CT.
One Student – is a non-profit organization that provides cutting edge programs, resources and opportunities that engage students to create social change to reduce sexual violence. We provide studients and their allies with programs, resources and opportunities to address sexual violence. Take Pledge.
The Other Freshman 15, Futures Without Violence – the first 15 weeks of college can be the riskiest for sexual assault. Colleges are not doing enough to protect our students. Speak up! Email your college president now to demand change. we built this website to raise awareness for this important issue and to make it easy for STUDENTS, PARENTS, and ALUMNI to voice their opinion directly with the leaders of our universities. It will only take 1 minute to email your school’s president today and ask friends to JOIN IN!.
Sex Signals – has become one of the most popular programs on sexual assault awareness among college and military audiences, personnel and educators. It differs from traditional sexual assault prevention programs in that it incorporates improvisation, humor, education and audience interaction to provide a provocative look at dating, sexual and the core issue of consent.
Sexual Assault on Campus, National Institute of Justice, Washington, DC.
Students Active for Ending Rape – is the only organization that fights sexual violence and rape culture by empowering student-led campaigns to reform college sexual assault policies. An all-volunteer collective, SAFER facilitates student organizing through a comprehensive training manual; in-person workshops and trainings; free follow-up mentoring; our Campus Sexual Assault Policies Database; and a growing online resource library and network for student organizers. SAFER firmly believes that sexual violence is both influenced by and contributes to multiple forms of oppression, including racism, sexism, and homo / transphobia, and view our anti-sexual violence work through a broader anti-oppression lens, New York, NY.
Voices Against Violence, UT Counseling and Mental Health Center – aims to provide the campus with tools to identify and interrupt interpersonal violence, support survivors, and build a campus that values and promotes healthy relationships and consent. We believe that interpersonal violence is everyone's issue and that it is preventable. We invite you to envision and create a safer campus with us, Austin, TX.