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SHARE: Responding to Interpersonal Violence

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Transcript of SHARE: Responding to Interpersonal Violence

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Everyone’s experience to interpersonal violence is unique. If you have been the victim of interpersonal violence, here are the options available to you as a Princeton University student. Please keep in mind the information below as you review the options.

Needs - Your needs may assist you in choosing which options to pursue.

Located at University Health Services, SHARE is a confidential resource that is available to you at any point in this process. SHARE advocates may assist with accessing any of the resources on- or off-campus. SHARE Peers are non-confidential and can help you get connected to the SHARE office.

**If you were under the influence of alcohol or other drugs at the time of the incident, even if you are under the age of 21, you will NOT be charged with a criminal offense relating to using or serving alcohol or using drugs by DPS or Princeton Municipal Police. The use of alcohol or other drugs will not normally result in University disciplinary charges against a victim of interpersonal violence or a complainant in a Title IX case.

Confidential Resources
- are not obligated to report information that is given to them. This allows the client to explore his or her options in a non-pressure environment in order to make informed decisions. The only exceptions to this rule are in cases that involve imminent risk of serious harm, emergent hospitalization, or a court order. While specific information may be kept confidential, these incidents may be counted for statistical purposes, as per the Clery Act.

Non-Confidential Resources
- are required by law to report these incidents/violations and take legal, disciplinary or other action accordingly.

§ Title IX- The University does not tolerate sex discrimination or sexual misconduct, including sexual harassment, sexual assault, stalking, and intimate partner violence. Information about the University’s Title IX Coordinator, sexual misconduct investigation and disciplinary procedures, and the provision of interim measures (e.g., academic or housing accommodations) can be accessed at RRR 1.9 or online at sexualmisconduct.princeton.edu.
What can I do if
I want to understand my
options so I can make
informed decisions about
next steps.

I want to ensure my physical and emotional safety.
I just want someone to talk to and find out about my options.
I don’t want to talk with anyone
at the University about it.

609-394-9000
They provide a 24-hour, confidential hotline, advocates and professionals to facilitate SART activation, access to legal resources, and individual and group counseling.
I need help to cope with my experience.
University Health Services (UHS)
http://uhs.princeton.edu
I need a security escort home or across campus when buses are not in service.
I want forensic evidence collected.
I want to take legal action.**
I want to take
disciplinary action.

I need a safe place to sleep.
I need a new place to live.
I need a No Contact Order.
I need to change classes or have a deadline extension to deal with the situation.
Counseling & Psychological Services (CPS)
http://uhs.princeton.edu/counseling-psychological-services
Department of Public Safety (DPS)
https://publicsafety.princeton.edu/
What can I do if...
Sexual Assault Response Team (SART)
Activation Process
Forensic evidence can be collected by a Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE) at a local hospital within 5 days of the incident. A SHARE and/or Womanspace advocate can accompany you. There is no cost for the forensic examination and no bill should be generated. Evidence can only by analyzed if you decide to file a police report to pursue criminal charges against the offender within 5 years of the incident.
Department of Public Safety (DPS) **
https://publicsafety.princeton.edu/
They provide services to ensure safety, and transport to the hospital for SART activation, or the courthouse for a Temporary Restraining Order, obtain a persona non grata (PNG), and commence an investigation.
They provide services to ensure safety and can assist with access to the legal process for incidents currently in progress or happening off-campus.
Criminal Process**
File a police report to initiate the criminal process and if forensic evidence was collected, give consent to authorize the release of the evidence. The prosecutor's office with jurisdiction will lead the investigation. A plea offer or trial (that may include jail time) may result.
Contact an attorney for more information on filing a civil lawsuit for financial remedies.
Title IX Coordinator
§
609-258-6110
The Title IX Coordinator § will be informed of all complaints or reports of violations of the
Sex Discrimination and Sexual Misconduct
Policy, and oversees the University's centralized
response to ensure compliance with Title IX and the 2013 amendments to the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA).
Investigation and Disciplinary Process
At the direction of the Title IX Coordinator, an investigative panel comprised of University administrators and/or external investigators conducts interviews and gathers evidence. The panel, by a majority decision, determines whether the Sex Discrimination and Sexual Misconduct Policy (RRR 1.9) has been violated. A SHARE advocate can provide support and an adviser of the student’s choice can accompany the student during the process. Where a student is found responsible for violations of the Sex Discrimination and Sexual Misconduct Policy, sanctions will be imposed.
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Confidential Resource
Non-Confidential Resource
Sexual Assault Response Team (SART) Activation Process
Confidential Resource
Confidential Resource
Non-Confidential Resource
Non-Confidential Resource
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Options for Responding to Interpersonal Violence
I am being harassed, stalked, have experienced domestic/dating violence, or was sexually assaulted?
Womanspace
http://www.womanspace.org
What can I do if...
What can I do if...
What can I do if...
What can I do if...
(An official document issued to those involved prohibiting contact or communication with each other.)
What can I do if...
Confidential Resource
University Health Services (UHS)
http://uhs.princeton.edu
Non-Confidential Resource
Director of Student Life (DSL) & Office of the Dean of the Graduate School (OGS)
http://gradschool.princeton.edu/life-princeton/support-resources/crisis-resources
Non-Confidential Resource
Director of Studies/Residential College Dean & Director of Graduate Studies/Academic Affairs, Graduate School
Confidential Resource
Office of Religious Life Chaplains (ORL)
http://religiouslife.princeton.edu/
Confidential Resource
Counseling & Psychological Services (CPS)
http://uhs.princeton.edu/counseling-psychological-services
Medical evidence collection is conducted by a Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE) at a local hospital and can be useful if you decide to pursue criminal charges against the offender within 5 years. It needs to be done within 5 days of the incident. A SHARE and/or Womanspace advocate can accompany you. There is no cost for the forensic examination and no bill should be generated.
Municipal Police**
http://www.princetonnj.gov/police/
Non-Confidential Resource
Civil Court Process
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609-258-3285
CPS provides a full range of time-limited mental health services, including clinical assessments, individual and group psychotherapy, psychopharmacological treatment, referrals to treatment providers in the community, urgent-care assessment, and crisis intervention.

609-258-3333
Call 911 from a campus landline to reach Public Safety in an emergency (Note: If you call 911 from a cell phone, the Princeton Police Department will respond.)
DPS can assist students who wish to report a crime, obtain safety consultations, and contact local or municipal police with jurisdiction over the incident. DPS provides critical services in order to ensure student safety (e.g. offering Rape Aggression Defense (RAD) classes and providing transportation to the hospital for the SART activation or to the courthouse for Temporary Restraining Orders).


609-258-3141
UHS has a variety of service providers available to assist in the following areas:
Urgent Care - Provides medical treatment for emergent needs and same-day appointment requests
Sexual Health & Wellness - Provides emergency contraception, STI testing, and access to HIV prophylaxis
Infirmary - Provides medical treatment for those with emergent needs (Open 24 hours during the academic year)
The DSL assigned to each residential college and OGS can assist if you are interested in pursuing a No Contact Order (NCO) or if you need assistance with temporary or long-term housing for safety purposes.
609-258-3047
ORL has confidential counselors, from multi-religious ideologies, who can provide spiritual and religious support for victims/survivors and can connect them to resources from the tradition(s) of their choice, to promote healing and empowerment.



609-258-3285
CPS provides a full range of time-limited mental health services, including clinical assessments, individual and group psychotherapy, psychopharmacological treatment, referrals to treatment providers in the community, urgent-care assessment, and crisis intervention.



Directors of Graduate Studies (DGS) or Academic Affairs staff can assist graduate students in obtaining academic accommodations. Director of Studies can assist undergraduate students in obtaining academic accommodations, by working directly with professors.


Non-Confidential Resource
SHARE
http://share.princeton.edu/
Confidential Resource
SHARE Peers
http://share.princeton.edu/get-involved/peers/
Trained students liaisons to the SHARE office, who can help get you connected to resources.
SHARE advocates can provide crisis intervention, case management,clinically-informed advocacy, accompaniment, and referrals to any on- or off-campus resources.
Urgent Care & Sexual Health and Wellness & Infirmary. A clinician can perform a physical exam to check for injuries, provide emergency contraception, STI testing and treatment, and HIV testing.
Other
Non-Confidential Resources
Carl A. Fields Center

Davis International Center

LGBT Center

Residential College Adviser (RCA)

Women's Center
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