Sexual Assault Primary Prevention, Intervention and Response
Counseling and Psychological Services, the Dean of Students, the Office for Women, Student Health, the Office of Equal Opportunity and IU Police have partnered to create a campus wide coalition to initiate and coordinate efforts to address sexual assault and intimate partner violence on campus. The task force provides a forum for planning and coordinating primary prevention education for students, faculty and staff; policies and procedures for student conduct; articulation of victims’ rights; coordination of message and dissemination of information; and training for faculty and staff. It has broad representation from stakeholders across campus and the community. For a current list of membership, click here.
In 2013, CAPS and OFW obtained a grant from the Indiana Campus Sexual Assault Primary Prevention Project, with funding to develop a primary prevention social media campaign on campus. This will be launched in the Fall 2013.
WHAT TO DO
If someone tells you they have been sexually assaulted….believe them. Listen without judgment. Ask how you can help.
If you see something, do something! Trust your instincts. Take the potential victim and yourself to safety.
For Faculty and Staff:
Employee Assistance Program: 888-234-8327
Assaults involving the IUPUI community should be reported to:
IU Police: 317-274-7911
Office of Equal Opportunity: Lockefield Building, #1164, 980 Indiana Avenue, 317-274-2306
OEO Hotline: 866-245-1310
IUPUI Safewalk Program
To request a Safewalk escort call 317-274-7233 - available 24/7
The Domestic Violence Network of Greater Indianapolis: 317-926-4357
Indiana Coalition against Sexual Assault: 317-423-0233
The Julian Center: Domestic Violence Shelter 317-920-9320 Counseling Center 317-941-2200
Indiana Coalition against Domestic Violence: 800-332-7385
Center for Hope: Wishard Hospital: Emergency room: 317-633-4673