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For more information, see the Sexual Discrimination and Misconduct Policy at go. Non-Consensual Sexual penetration: vaginal or anal penetration with a body part or object, or oral penetration involving mouth to genital contact, without consent. Non-Consensual Sexual Contact: intentional, non-accidental touching of the intimate parts of another without consent. Sexual Exploitation: taking advantage of the sexuality of another beyond the bounds of consent for any non-legitimate purpose e. Stalking: a course of conduct that puts a reasonable person in fear for his or her safety or the safety of others, or causes one to suffer substantial emotional distress.
Retaliation: includes any act of retaliation against anyone who reported prohibited conduct, assisted in the resolution of a report, or engaged in bystander intervention of sexual misconduct. If a student discloses sexual misconduct to you: Listen with empathy. Listening is the single most important thing you can do. Let the complainant know that he or she is not to blame. Remember, you are not an investigator; you are someone the complainant trusts. You can say something like: "I'm sorry that this has happened to you.
You are not expected to be an expert on sexual misconduct. However, you can direct the complainant to people who can provide support. Avoid telling the complainant what he or she "should" or "must" do. Student Counseling: Project Horizon: Employee Assistance Program: Local Law Enforcement: Encourage reporting of conduct that is a crime under Virginia law to local law enforcement. With the exception of counseling and student health, all employees are expected to report any observed or known sexual misconduct. Because you may not promise confidentiality, you should make sure that the complainant understands your reporting obligation: "I will keep this private and will share only with those that need to know.
However, you need to be aware that I cannot keep this completely confidential.
If you would like to speak with someone confidentially, there are resources available. The Title IX Coordinator will follow up with you and make sure that you are aware of the resources and options available to you. Absent certain circumstances, the decision of how to proceed will belong to you.Sex dating in Fishersville
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