Policies, Procedures, and Community Partnerships

From the Sexual Violence Prevention Resource Hub

Topics: Student Affairs, Student Health and Wellness, Sexual Health and Conduct

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This section of EAB's Resource Hub for Sexual Violence Prevention and Response provides guidance in developing sexual misconduct policies and procedures and building effective community partnerships.

External Resources

Ashland Police Department (2015) YHOP Overview and Implementation Guide

Overview and implementation guidance for the You Have Options Program for local law enforcement agencies.

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The White House (2015) Building Partnerships among Law Enforcement Agencies, Colleges, and Universities

Guidance on developing a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with law enforcement agencies. Includes a sample MOU.

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The White House (2014) Building Partnerships with Local Rape Crisis Centers: Developing a Memorandum of Understanding

Guidance on building partnerships and developing a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with local rape crisis centers. Includes a sample MOU.

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The White House (2014) Sample Language for Interim and Supportive Measures to Protect Students Following an Allegation of Sexual Misconduct

Sample language for an institution to consider when outlining interim and supportive measures to protect students following an allegation of sexual misconduct.

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The White House (2014) Sample Language for Title IX Coordinator’s Role in Sexual Misconduct Policy

Sample language for an institution to consider when defining the role of a Title IX Coordinator in its sexual misconduct policy.

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White House (2014) Checklist for Campus Sexual Misconduct Policies

This tool offers information and instructions for institutions to consider when drafting a sexual misconduct policy.

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White House (2014) Sample Language and Definitions of Prohibited Conduct for a School’s Sexual Misconduct Policy

Look here for sample language and definitions of key terms for a school to consider when developing or revising its sexual misconduct policy.

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White House (2014) Sample Language for Reporting and Confidentially Disclosing Sexual Violence

Look here for sample language for the Confidentiality section of a sexual misconduct policy, specifically as it applies to confidentially regarding disclosures of sexual violence.

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Ontario Women’s Directorate (2013) Developing a Response to Sexual Violence: A Resource Guide for Ontario’s Colleges and Universities

This report provides useful guidance about structuring a sexual violence task force and developing effective sexual violence policies and procedures.

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