Dating Violence

Read: Improving Teen Dating Violence Prevention at School

Improving Teen Dating Violence Prevention at School

Educating students, faculty and staff members is the first step to stopping abuse and violence in teen relationships.

Read: Abuse: The Dark Side of Dating on Campus

Abuse: The Dark Side of Dating on Campus

Violence in the school and university student dating scene is all too common. Know the signs of abuse so you can respond appropriately.

Read: 3 Steps to a Winning Campus Sexual Violence Prevention Grant Proposal

3 Steps to a Winning Campus Sexual Violence Prevention Grant Proposal

Prepare now for the DOJ’s latest sexual violence prevention grant, or your campus might miss out.

Read: Study: Schools Not Prepared to Address Teen Dating Violence

Study: Schools Not Prepared to Address Teen Dating Violence

One in three U.S. teens will experience teen dating violence, according to data from the Domestic Violence Awareness Project.

Read: Identifying Relationship Violence: 14 Signs of an Aggressor’s Behavior

Identifying Relationship Violence: 14 Signs of an Aggressor’s Behavior

Campus police should be able to recognize signs of relationship violence.

Read: 10 Campus Sexual Assault Facts You Should Remember

10 Campus Sexual Assault Facts You Should Remember

We must continue to be mindful of the reality of campus sexual violence on campus and do the right thing.

Read: Trump Proposes Major Staffing Cuts to Title IX Enforcement Office

Trump Proposes Major Staffing Cuts to Title IX Enforcement Office

The U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights would lose 46 full-time employees, or 8 percent of its staff.

Read: Would You Rather Cling to Your Beliefs or Have a Safe Campus?

Would You Rather Cling to Your Beliefs or Have a Safe Campus?

Keeping an open mind will improve campus security because we will be less inclinded to ignore or explain away critical threats and evidence.

Read: 2016 Campus Safety Conference Session Videos Now Available On-Demand

2016 Campus Safety Conference Session Videos Now Available On-Demand

Couldn’t make CSC East and West 2016? No worries. You can view the sessions online.

Read: CDC Report Shows LGB Students Have Bigger Health Risks

CDC Report Shows LGB Students Have Bigger Health Risks

Lesbian, gay and bisexual students were more likely to experience dating violence, attempt suicide and try illegal drugs.

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