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Bystander Intervention 2015-2016

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Transcript of Bystander Intervention 2015-2016

Bystander Intervention
Direct
Do something yourself.
Delegate
Bring in others.
Distract
Diffuse the situation without directly addressing it.
Definitions
Statistics
IPV Reports: 2015-2016
This project was supported by Grant No. 2013-WA-AX-0026 awarded by the Office on Violence Against Women, U.S. Department of Justice. The opinions, findings, conclusions, and recommendations expressed in this publication/program/exhibition are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Department of Justice, Office on Violence Against Women.
CARE Presentation
The CARE Advocates of UNLV
Committed to creating a supportive and inclusive environment for all genders in the UNLV community through:
Awareness and Prevention Programs
Victim/Survivor Advocacy
Parenting Resources (Lactation Rooms!)
Student Services Complex-A (SSC-A, Room 255)
2,623 attendees in Interpersonal violence CARE Presentations
199 clients received in-person and hotline advocacy for Sexual Assault, Domestic Violence, and Stalking
2,082 ounces pumped/breastfed in Lactation rooms across campus (and counting)
We held the 1st UNLV
No More Shame Slut Walk
Our Impact: 2015-2016
Who are the CARE Advocates?
(Campus Advocacy Resource Empowerment)
In-Person and Hotline Victim Advocacy, CARE Presentations, and Awareness Events
Extensive 35-hour training
Topics include: Crisis Intervention, Effective Communication, Safety Planning, and Protection Orders
Summer & Winter Trainings
Next Training in Winter 2017!
Stalking
[Interpersonal Violence (IPV): When a person attempts to have power and control over another.]
What does Consent look like?
1. Where in the video was consent
not
given and why?

2. Where in the video was consent given and why was that possible?
Components of Consent
All parties are fully conscious.
All parties have an equal ability to act.
All parties are positive and sincere in their desires.
All parties have clearly communicated their intent.
What Consent Is
A conscious, voluntary decision without coercion or intimidation with clearly spoken boundaries.

"Yes" Means "Yes"!
Coercion
The Absence of a "No"
(Silence or Unconsciousness)
What Consent Is
A conscious, voluntary decision without coercion or intimidation with clearly spoken boundaries.

"Yes" Means "Yes"!
Coercion
The Absence of a "No"
(Silence or Unconsciousness)
What Consent Is
A conscious, voluntary decision without coercion or intimidation with clearly spoken boundaries.

"Yes" Means "Yes"!
Coercion
The Absence of a "No"
(Silence or Unconsciousness)
Consent Breakdown
What Consent Is Not
What Consent Is
A conscious, voluntary decision without coercion or intimidation with clearly spoken boundaries.
Coercion or Intimidation
Silence
Unconsciousness
(*Adapted from the UNLV Consent Policy)
Sexual Assault
1 in 4 College-Aged Women
1 in 6 Men before the age of 25
1 in 2 Transgender People in a Lifetime

At least 50% of college students' sexual assaults are associated with alcohol use.
If underage at the time of SA, don't be afraid to be report!
In approximately
90%
of sexual assaults on college campuses, the attacker is someone the victim knows…
A partner, spouse, classmate, date, coworker, neighbor, or family member.
1 in 4 Women
1 in 7 Men
Consistent abuse occurs in as many as 1 in 3 gay and lesbian relationships - the same rate as heterosexual relationships.
1 in 6 Women
1 in 19 Men
(Bureau of Justice Statistics, 2011; Center for American Progress; Center for Disease Control and The National Intimate Partner and Sexual Violence Survey, 2010; National Institute of Justice, 2010; 1in6, Inc., 2014; http://www.collegedrinkingprevention.gov/)
Domestic/Dating Violence
Stalking
(UNLV CARE Line)
20 - Sexual Assault
16 - Domestic/Dating Violence
17 - Stalking
How do we fix this?
What Are the Barriers?
A close friend of yours seems obsessed with their ex. They are calling, following, and emailing them all the time - even though the ex has made it clear that the relationship is over. What makes it hard to intervene?
At lunch you overhear an upperclass student talking about how their partner always tell them what to do. They say, "I'm really sick of it, but I'm too scared to make them mad, so I just do what they say." What makes it hard to intervene?
What would be a barrier to intervening in each of these scenarios?
Barrier: You don't want your friend mad at you for confronting them.
Barrier: You are a commuter and you only know the student from class, so you don't feel like you know them well enough to say anything.
The 3 D's of Bystander Intervention
Direct · Delegate · Distract
Barriers to being an active bystander exist and we all feel them.
What does Bystander Intervention look like?
Direct, Delegate, or Distract?
Direct, Delegate, or Distract?
Direct, Delegate, or Distract?
Direct, Delegate, or Distract?
How Do The 3 D's Apply?
Reactions and Comments?
What Could You Do?
How could you intervene in this scenario?
1) Go to "tinyurl.com/unlvcare1"
2) Click blue "Enter Mobile Session" Button.
3) Enter your answer in the white box.
4) Mark "POST ANONYMOUSLY".
5) Click the blue "Post" button to share your answer.
Anonymously send in your answers to the following question!
You are at a house party and see someone that seems to be pressuring someone who is already drunk to keep drinking. Using one of the "3 D's" (Direct, Delegate, Distract) what do you do?
Let's Keep UNLV Safe
Bystander Intervention
Creates a safer environment.
Holds perpretrators accountable.
Occurs
before
actual violence leading to fewer victims.
Creates an environment where interpersonal violence is unacceptable.
We all deserve a college experience free of interpersonal violence. The choices we make in these moments shape UNLV. One moment, one choice at a time.
If you or someone you know is affected by interpersonal violence, there are resources to help…
The Best Friend
The Bartender
The Stranger
The Roommate
(tinyurl.com/unlvcare1)
You can
Distract
by spilling your drink on them or start dancing with the perpetrator.
Go to: www.tinyurl.com/carepretest
Pretest!
Bystander Intervention
When a bystander acts to prevent violence from occuring.
Bystander Intervention
Bystander Intervention
When a bystander acts to prevent and de-escalate potential incidents of violence.
"Direct" and "Distract" on the Subway
Pretest Link: www.tinyurl.com/carepretest
A pattern of repeated and unwanted attention, harassment, contact, or any other behavior directed at a specific person that causes a person to feel fear.
Domestic Violence
A pattern of abusive and coercive behavior, in which a person establishes or maintains power and control over their partner.
Dating Violence
Violence committed by a person who is or has been in a social relationship of a romantic or intimate nature with the victim.
Sexual Assault
Any type of sexual contact or behavior that occurs without the
explicit consent
of the recipients.
(UNLV Student Conduct Code; NRS)
(UNLV Student Conduct Code; NRS)
(UNLV Student Conduct Code; NRS)
(UNLV Student Conduct Code; NRS)
Power and Control
The core of interpersonal violence.
Includes any unwanted, pressured, or forced sexual behavior, including sexual contact with someone that is incapacitated by drugs or alcohol.
In all cases in which someone is under the influence of drugs/alcohol at the time of a Sexual Assault, police are investigating the crime of SA
@jnwc_unlv
facebook.com/unlvjnwc
@unlv_care_advocates
Get Involved!
@jnwc_unlv
facebook.com/unlvjnwc
@unlv_care_advocates
Check out CARE TALK- the CARE Advocates new Podcast series at:
https://soundcloud.com/caretalk
https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/care-talk/id1087159679
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