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Gettysburg College prohibits the offenses of domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault and stalking as defined by the Clery Act and reaffirms its commitment to maintaining a campus environment that emphasizes the dignity and worth of all members of the college community.
Gettysburg College is committed to maintaining an environment conducive to learning for all students and a professional workplace for its employees; as such, we take active measures against and prohibit all discrimination, discriminatory harassment, and sexual harassment, including any type of violence or misconduct. Department of Education office that serves your area, or call: You have the right to report incidents of sexual violence to Gettysburg College, to request Gettysburg College Local sex Gettysburg refrain from investigating — what happened, and to have your complaint resolved promptly and equitably.
A criminal investigation does not relieve Gettysburg College of its duty under Title IX to respond promptly and effectively to a complaint of sexual harassment or sexual violence. DPS will assist victims in facilitating a report to the police, should they choose to do so. Gettysburg College has published policies and procedures prohibiting sexual misconduct and for reporting complaints of sex discrimination, including sexual violence. Upon notification of an incident of sex discrimination, the College may take appropriate interim measures to protect the parties involved.
Interim measures can be requested by any involved party, or can be imposed by the College. Retaliation against someone who files a complaint or who participates in an investigation is strictly prohibited by College policy and by law. Gettysburg College will take strong responsive action if retaliation occurs.
Gettysburg College partners with local service agencies to provide support for those affected by sexual and relationship violence. The purpose of this partnership is to provide options for those affected, with crisis counseling, medical resources, and legal support. This allows victims the opportunity to gather information, solidify their support system, and explore options for those who may wish to move forward with a criminal or civil process. Some people, such as counselors or victim advocates, can talk with you in confidence without triggering a report or an investigation.
The College does not publish the names of crime victims or other identifiable information regarding victims in the Daily Crime and Fire Log or in the annual crime statistics that are disclosed in compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act.
Furthermore, if a Campus Safety Alert or Timely Warning Notice is issued on the basis of a report of domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault or stalking, the name of Local sex Gettysburg victim and other personally identifiable information will be withheld. Both parties have the right to be notified of the timeframes for all major stages of the investigation.
Both parties have the right to be accompanied at all hearings and meetings by an advisor of their choice. Gettysburg College must resolve your complaint based on what College officials believe is more likely than not to have happened based upon an investigation this is called a preponderance-of-the-evidence standard of proof.
Gettysburg Local sex Gettysburg will not use a higher standard of proof. You have the right to be notified in writing of the outcome of your complaint and any appeal or grievance, including any sanctions that directly relate to you. You have the right to review any proceedings documented, which may include written findings of fact, transcripts, or audio recordings. These remedies are in addition to any interim measures you received.
If you believe that you are a victim of sexual discrimination, including sexual harassment, sexual misconduct, sexual assault, stalking, dating violence, or rape at Gettysburg College, know that you have the following rights:.
To recover your losses —to the extent possible— through restitution and the return of property that was seized as evidence when it is no longer needed. To seek, or have sought on your behalf, as soon as possible counseling and medical attention at the Health Center for studentsthrough the employee assistance program for Local sex Gettysburgor elsewhere as needed, including at the nearest hospital emergency room. To participate — or to decline to participate — in a College process that is fair and impartial, and that provides you with adequate notice and a meaningful opportunity to be heard.
Consider seeking medical attention as soon as possible at the Gettysburg Hospital Emergency Department after an incident of sexual assault, dating violence, or domestic violence. Adams County, PA, which includes the borough of Gettysburg and surrounding area, has established an anonymous reporting protocol for victims of sexual assault. Victims may report a sexual assault anonymously at the Gettysburg Hospital and have forensics evidence collected during the exam.
Preserve evidence that may assist investigators during the course of a criminal investigation prove that the criminal offense occurred, or is occurring. This evidence may be helpful in obtaining a protection order. These civil protection orders can be filed whether or not the incident has been reported to the police. PFAs are appropriate in cases of physical, sexual, or psychological abuse where the victim and defendant are current or former household or family members, or have a spousal relationship.
SVPOs are appropriate in cases of sexual violence where the victim and perpetrator do not have and have never had a family, household, or intimate partner relationship. PFIs are appropriate in cases of harassment and stalking where the victim and perpetrator do not have and have never had a family, household or intimate partner relationship AND the victim is under the age of 18 AND the defendant is over the age of PFIs cannot be granted in cases involving two minors, two adults, or where Local sex Gettysburg minor is harassing or stalking an adult.
Any student or employee who obtains such an Order from Pennsylvania, or any similar Order from a reciprocal state, should provide a copy to DPS. Amanda Blaugher, College Life Office ablaughe gettysburg. Ron Wiafe rwiafe gettysburg. Health Services confidential resource, health svcs fee waived Employee Standards of Conduct Policy.
The College will provide students and employees with written notification of victim services that are available within the institution and the community. Know your rights. Sexual Respect and Title IX.Local sex Gettysburg
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