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CFR Annual Report 2015-2016

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Annual Report 2015 — 2016
RESOURCES
ACTIVITIES & EVENTS
POLICIES & PROCEDURE UPDATES
SEXUAL ASSAULT PAGE
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7 major campus programs & events
Implementation of new procedures
Policy revised for 2016-2017
Online training for employees & students
Conducted climate survey
YEAR AT A GLANCE
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NSO Step Up
AUG
Coalition Meetings Begin
SEPT
Forum
OCT 29
Mock Hearing
NOV 13
JAN 6
Love is Sweet
FEB 12
Health & Fitness
FEB 17
Sarah Hepola
MAR 3
Spring Break
MAR 9
Summer Send-off
APR 27
Investigator Reviews
MAY 2
TUPD Events
YEAR ROUND
All changes were distributed to students, faculty, and staff for comment prior to approval by University Standards Committee
The Coalition for Respect was established in the spring of 2014 to develop a comprehensive campus-wide approach to the issue of sexual misconduct and assault. The group set out, first and foremost, to work to educate students and prevent student assaults. Secondarily, the group worked to ensure compliance related to regulations involving education, policies, and procedures. This report offers a snapshot of the good work of our community-based (student, staff, and faculty) approach to this important national and campus issue.
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Slight revision per student feedback and suggestions
RISK REDUCTION TIPS
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Reporting section was adjusted to be less text heavy and to remove some redundancy
REPORTING
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Slight wording change to account for any form of sexual intercourse.
NON-CONSENUAL SEXUAL INTERCOURSE
POSTER SERIES
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TRINITONIAN
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FB PAGE
Investigator Case Reviews & Processing
See appendix for TUPD programs
ADVOCATE AD
Awarded a grant for up to 3 years
Coalition for Respect begins second year
Coalition for Respect returns
Sexual assault forum commences
Young, educated and drunk: Interview with Sarah Hepola
Campus conversation to focus on safety
Please note that there are links throughout the report, we invite you to explore these links and the appendices.
— Steven Bachrach, Title IX Coordinator
PARENT PERSPECTIVE BLOG
COMPLIANCE
HEDS CLIMATE ASSESSMENT
Student Web-Based Course
Climate Survey
Employee Web-Based Courses
CSA Training
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Continued education on student culture related to alcohol
2
Talked about publicized role of advocates
3
Recruited more men to the Coalition for Respect
Based on survey results, Trinity...
SUMMARY OF CASES
2015 - 2016 RECOMMENDATIONS
COORDINATE
CONTINUE
EVALUATE
TRAIN & RECRUIT
IMPLEMENT
Coordinate intentionally with TUPD and student organizations, as well as begin conversations to create community support
1
Continue the conversation of student ownership of sexual assault and alcohol during all-student forum
CREATE
Evaluate if there is a campus need to conduct a second HEDS survey or mock hearing
report
Train additional investigators and host advanced training on campus for all investigators
Coordinate efforts related to the College Sexual Assault Policy & Prevention Initiative Grant
Implement safer party procedures for private off-campus residences
In the 2015-2016 academic year, the following Title IX cases were reported to University officials
SEXUAL ASSAULT ON CAMPUS
(students requested no action)
4
reports
SEXUAL ASSAULT OFF CAMPUS
3
reported & investigated
sexual harassments
2
dating violence incidents
OTHER TITLE IX REPORTS
1
stalking case
reported & investigated
reported & investigated
REPEAT
REVIEW
SPONSOR
Repeat March 2015 forum in early fall
Review climate survey results and address issues
Sponsor programs (major speaker, Rape Crisis Center events, outreach to organizations and groups)
EDUCATE
CREATE
GROW
Offer upper-class students online education course
Create additional passive programming (refrigerator magnet, Trinity-specific poster campaign)
Further develop Coalition through recruitment and inclusion of new Wellness Coordinator
2014 - 2015 RECOMMENDATION FOLLOW UP
See TUPD crime statistics for official statistics
3 sexual assaults from previous years were reported in 2015-2016