Victims' Rights

Read: ATIXA Gives Colleges Guidelines for Handling Sexual Assault Victims

ATIXA Gives Colleges Guidelines for Handling Sexual Assault Victims

The ATIXA encourages universities to provide confidential support and advocates to sexual assault victims.

Read: Advice to Security Professionals When Dealing with the Media

Advice to Security Professionals When Dealing with the Media

Stephen Lopez explained how school and hospital security professionals should interact with the media and gave best practices.

Back-to-School Safety Tips

The Rape, Abuse and Incest National Network (RAINN) has released helpful safety tips for college students going back to school.

Need a Referral for Sexual Assault/Rape Counseling or Education?

Here are some options. Each state sexual assault/rape crisis center will provide a direct contact to your local/county agency.

The Federal Campus Sexual Assault Victims’ Bill Of Rights

This federal law requires colleges and universities to afford the victims of campus sexual assaults certain basic rights.

The 3 Ds of Sexual Assault Prevention

In the past, sexual assault prevention has focused on the victim or the perpetrator. However, training must also focus on the bystander.

Read: Preventing and Responding to Campus Sexual Assaults

Preventing and Responding to Campus Sexual Assaults

Successful efforts include mandatory primary prevention programs, educating students about victims’ rights and resources, and training campus personnel who may receive incident reports.

Read: How to Comply With the Dept. of Ed’s Title IX Sexual Violence Guidance

How to Comply With the Dept. of Ed’s Title IX Sexual Violence Guidance

Prompt and appropriate investigations of on- and off-campus sexual assaults and harassment will help to ensure your campus will meet the U.S. Department of Education’s expectations.

Who Is and Isn’t a Campus Security Authority

The Clery Act requires all institutions to collect crime reports from a variety of individuals and organizations that Clery considers to be campus security authorities. Here is a list of individuals whose positions meet the criteria for being campus security authorities.

Read: Understanding Children With Autism

Understanding Children With Autism

An expert on the disorder explains the reasons behind students’ disruptive or inappropriate behavior and offers tips for how pupil transporters can respond to improve the quality of students’ lives in and outside the school bus.

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