In addition, the campus security authority shall report to other school officials, as appropriate, such as the campus affirmative action office, the campus office responsible for administering the student conduct code, and/ or the designated Title IX compliance coordinator, in order to initiate any applicable investigative or other resolution procedures.
RAINN (Rape, Abuse, and Incest National Network) 656.
For more information on these please look at: A High-Tech Twist on Abuse: Technology, Intimate Partner Stalking, and Advocacy Technology Safety and Privacy: A Toolkit for Survivors Privacy and Safety on Facebook: A Guide for Survivors It is a violation of College Policy to use College resources to violate the system-wide non-discrimination or sexual harassment policy. Department of Justice, Office of the Attorney General. Dating and relationship violence includes physical harm or abuse, and threats of physical harm or abuse, arising out of a personal intimate relationship.
Find out more about intimate partner stalking at Department of Justice. 1999 Report on cyberstalking: A new challenge for law enforcement and industry [Electronic Version]. This violence also may be called domestic abuse or spousal/partner abuse and may be subject to criminal prosecution under Minnesota state law.
2) while the use of technology is more broadly defined as “…the host of tools the stalker can use (now and in the future) to commit their crime” such as GPS and cameras in addition to the use of the internet (Stalking Resource Center, 2003, p. The Violence Against Women Act made cyberstalking a part of federal interstate stalking laws.
Abusers can track, harass and stalk you using technologies like GPS monitors, cellphones, email and computers. Eliminating “Cyber-Confusion” Retrieved June 9, 2010 from . Definition: Dating and relationship violence.
Whether the respondent has taken advantage of a position of influence over the complainant may be a factor in determining consent. Non-forcible acts include unlawful sexual acts where consent is not relevant, such as sexual contact with an individual under the statutory age of consent, as defined by Minnesota law, or between persons who are related to each other within degrees wherein marriage is prohibited by law.
The victim is never to blame in the case of sexual assault, regardless of the situation surrounding the perpetration of the crime.
What is Domestic Violence Links to Resources Assisting Students Start By Believing The Director of Public Safety, Public Safety Officers and the Director of Student Conduct are immediate resources and partners for you if you have questions about the welfare or behavior of a student.
Faculty and Staff are not considered confidential reporters.
Paul, MN 209.9993Referral service; advocacy group If a friend or someone you know was sexually assaulted, they may experience a variety of emotional reactions. Share resources like the National Sexual Assault Hotline and online.rainn.org, but realize that only they can make the decision to get help. Remember, there is no timetable for recovering from trauma.