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 contains online centers that provide research, resources, training, and tools on sexual violence prevention, response, policy, and legislative requirements.

External Websites

Not Alone is an official website of the U.S. government that provides information and resources about how to prevent and respond to sexual assault on college and university campuses. The site offers legal guidance, directions on policy development, data on U.S. Department of Education and Justice enforcement activities, and a list of crisis services throughout the country.

Changing Our Campus is an official website of the United States Department of Justice that provides research and resources to guide colleges in responding to dating and domestic violence and stalking on campus.

The Clery Center for Security on Campus is a nonprofit organization dedicated to prevention violence, substance abuse, and other crimes on university campuses. The organization’s website provides in-depth information about the Clery Act, webinars (most are free), and registration for in-person training seminars.

Know Your Title IX provides a basic overview of Title IX and the Clery Act in language that is easy to understand. It also provides details about each law along with guidance on how to file a Title IX and Clery Act complaint. The website offers recommendations for supporting a survivor of sexual violence and instructs students how to advocate for improving the campus culture.

PreventConnect Wiki brings together a community of practitioners and researchers who are actively engaged in sexual violence prevention. The website provides an online space for individuals to share experiences, practices, theories, and research about primary prevention, social norms change, and addressing sexual violence within the community.