IF YOU HAVE EXPERIENCED OR HAVE BEEN AFFECTED BY SEXUAL VIOLENCE
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RIGHTS OF SURVIVORS OF SEXUAL ASSAULT & VIOLENCE
Anyone who has experienced sexual violence has the right to:
IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO FILE A FORMAL COMPLAINT
WHAT TO DO IF YOU WITNESSED SEXUAL VIOLENCE
If an act of sexual violence is occurring, call 911, and notify School Administration
If you witness sexual violence, please call Pine Valley Driving Academy Admin we will assist you by providing all the resources and necessary support. Faculty, staff, other employees and contractors have a duty to immediately report all incidents and suspected incidents of sexual violence. Students are strongly encouraged to report incidents of sexual violence, but do not need to report incidents of sexual violence to obtain supports, services or accommodation from the College. All members of the College community who have witnessed sexual violence have a duty to cooperate with a College investigation.
Off-campus reporting resources are also available to you 24/7, including:
Toronto Police Services at 416.808.2300
Crimestoppers at 1.800.222.8477
WHAT TO DO IF SOMEONE DISCLOSES ALLEGATIONS OF SEXUAL VIOLENCE
An individual who has experienced sexual violence may also disclose to staff or faculty members when seeking support and/or academic accommodation. A supportive response involves:
If disclosure is made to faculty or staff by a student seeking support or academic accommodation, the faculty or staff should refer the student to the College Office, and work with the admin to ensure that the student receives all necessary academic and other accommodations. As indicated above, if faculty or staff of the College becomes aware of an allegation of sexual violence against another member of the College community, the faculty or staff is required to report the alleged incident to Administrator immediately.
COMMUNICATION WITH INDIVIDUALS WHO HAVE EXPERIENCED SEXUAL VIOLENCE
Sensitive and timely communication with individuals who have experienced sexual violence and their family members (when an individual consents to this communication) is a central part of the College’s first response to sexual violence. To facilitate communication the College will:
ROLES & RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE PRIVATE CAREER COLLEGE COMMUNITY
While everyone on campus has a role to play in responding to incidents of sexual violence, some campus members will have specific responsibilities which might include:
Personnel to assist with investigations and gathering evidence, to implement measures to reduce sexual violence on campus, and to collaborate with local police where appropriate.
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