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Miami University takes the safety of our students seriously. Miami strives to create an environment and culture that is safe for all community members and is respectful of all individuals. Sexual and interpersonal violence prevention and the response is crucial to creating a safe, supportive, and healthy environment for students, faculty, and staff. This programming includes such topics as sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking. Our programming starts with orientation in early summer for incoming students and their parents and extends into the first semester and beyond.
Miami University engages in comprehensive, intentional, and integrated programming intended to respond to and prevent sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking that:.
Educational programming consists of primary prevention and awareness programs for all incoming students and new employees and ongoing awareness and prevention campaigns for students and employees that:. Miami University has developed an annual educational campaign consisting of presentations that include distribution of education materials to new students; participating in and presenting information and materials during new employee orientation. All first-time incoming students on all campuses are required to take Haven: Understanding Sexual Assault.
This online education program is deed to use a population-level approach to educate all students on the issues associated with sexual assault and interpersonal violence, taking into their unique perspectives and experiences. Students are required to complete this program by the first day of classes. To ensure all students complete the program, a hold is placed on their second-semester registration.
All Residence Life staff, including professional staff and resident assistants, receive training not only on responding to sexual and interpersonal violence but also on what resources are available for prevention, education, risk reduction, and awareness. Incoming students and families at orientation receive two presentations focused on relevant student issues and concerns, including such topics as alcohol, sexual assault, and interpersonal violence issues, inclusion, and respect. Both the student-created and staff-presented sessions engage new students and their families in conversations about alcohol and sexual and interpersonal violence and personal responsibility, in order to help all students avoid unsafe situations.
The Community Expectations presentation educates parents and students regarding sexual and interpersonal violence and alcohol.
This section includes specific information regarding the Office of Community Standards, Title IX requirements, protocol for addressing and reporting offenses, consequences for violations, and statistics about campus-related crimes. In addition, every student and family received a handout regarding Title IX, confidential resources, non-confidential resources, prevention, education, and student organizations dedicated to preventing sexual and interpersonal violence.
Student Orientation Undergraduate Leaders SOULs continue to facilitate small group discussions with new students after the Community Expectations session, and all new students continue to receive emergency contact cards with important contact s.
Our efforts are deed to make it clear that the University takes sexual and interpersonal violence seriously and promises to treat those who report such crimes with respect and dignity. First-year students attend "It is My Place", a theater-based program addressing sexual misconduct, bystander intervention, alcohol and other drugs, and bias language. Programming is available upon request to student groups, classes, residence hall corridors, organizations, classes, and others throughout the year.
For off-campus students, volunteer employees and town residents perform walkabouts before classes start, personally delivering information that includes topics of safety and alcohol. This fair is open to all students, faculty, and staff.
Residence hall safety begins with the existence of resident assistants RAs on duty, electronic door locks, an escort policy, outside doors being alarmed and programmed to sound if they are propped open. Miami provides a variety of prevention programming including prevention, awareness, advocacy, risk reduction, bystander, initiatives, campaigns, and others.
By offering a variety of programs, Miami strives to create an environment and culture that is safe for all community members and is respectful of all individuals as we work together to respond to and prevent sexual and interpersonal violence. As part of our ongoing programming, Miami has several ongoing campus wide-initiatives that unify programs, departments, and campuses.
Miami maintains advice, resources, and reports related to sexual and interpersonal violence and other personal crimes on Campus Safety and Security, which has several links to emergency information, definitions, statistics, an acquaintance rape resource guide, and more. Students and others are encouraged to download Rave Guardiana tool the university offers to have friends track you while you walk home, to contact university police via text and to have other safety resources at hand. Rave Guardian is downloadable for free from online app stores. Miami University Police Department maintains Promises to Victims of Crime, including the promise to treat sexual assault victims with courtesy and dignity and spell out what happens when they report a crime.
University officials who have ificant responsibility for student and campus activities are deated as Campus Security Authorities. They are responsible for reporting of a crime of which they become aware, including sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking, to the Miami University Police Department immediately.
The IRT alerts the community to personal crimes including sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking. As part of our continuing commitment to creating and maintaining One Miami that promotes responsibility, dignity, and respect for all members of our community, Miami University has made several important changes to our Policy Prohibiting Harassment and Discrimination, Title IX Protocol for Employees, and Title IX Protocol for Students.
For more information, please review the policy and protocols. Title IX of the Education Amendments of is a federal law prohibiting discrimination on the basis of sex in higher education. Sex discrimination includes sexual harassment, sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking. Title IX Coordinators, Deputies, and Investigators receive regular training to maintain expertise and continuing education.
All Residence Life Staff, including professional staff and resident assistants, receive training on duty to report for purposes of the Clery Act, Title IX and to support survivors of sexual and interpersonal violence. Miami University Student Orientation Undergraduate Leaders SOULs receive yearly training prior to Orientation to appropriately address, report, and lead discussions regarding sexual and interpersonal violence.
InMiami University and Women Helping Women created and ed a Memorandum of Understanding MOU to improve services, support, and education in relation to sexual and interpersonal violence. This MOU has been updated annually. Women Helping Women provides confidential support for survivors of sexual assault. Student Health Services provides confidential outpatient care for all eligible students.
Services include general medicine and injury care, gynecology, immunizations, laboratory, and pharmacy. The goal of Student Health Services is to provide both medical care and education that supports a healthy college experience. The university provides written notification to students and employees about existing counseling, health, mental health, victim advocacy, legal assistance, visa and immigration assistance, student financial aid, and other services available to victims both within the university and the community. The university provides written notification to victims about options for and available assistance in, and how to request changes to academic, living, transportation and working situation or protection measures.
We remind students throughout the year to take action to return them home safely from uptown Oxford and beyond.
Prior to the start of school
BCRTA provides on-demand transportation for students and employees during late-night hours. Typical hours of operation during fall and spring semesters: Monday-Saturday 10 p. The federal Campus Sex Crimes Prevention Act, enacted on October 28,requires institutions of higher education to issue a statement advising the campus community where law enforcement agency information provided by a State concerning registered sex offenders may be obtained. It also requires sex offenders already required to register in a State to provide notice, as required under state law, of each institution of higher education in that State at which the person is employed, carries on a vocation, volunteers services or is a student.
Sexual Assault Prevention, Risk Reduction, and Awareness Programs Miami University engages in comprehensive, intentional, and integrated programming intended to respond to and prevent sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking that: Is culturally relevant, inclusive of diverse communities and identities, sustainable, respond to community needs and is informed by research or assessed for value, effectiveness, or outcome. Considers environmental risk and protective factors as they occur to the individual, relationship, institutional, community, and societal levels.
Educational programming consists of primary prevention and awareness programs for all incoming students and new employees and ongoing awareness and prevention campaigns for students and employees that: Identify sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking as prohibited conduct. Provide a description of safe and positive options for bystander intervention. Bystander intervention means safe, effective, and positive options that may be carried out by an individual or individuals to prevent harm or intervene when there is a risk of harm, including sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, or stalking.
Bystander intervention includes recognizing situations of potential harm, evaluating the situation and options, and deciding what intervention is appropriate. Risk reduction means options deed to decrease perpetration and bystander inaction and to increase empowerment for victims in order to promote safety and to help individuals and communities address conditions that facilitate violence.
Encourage primary prevention. Primary prevention programs are deed to prevent an offense from occurring. Such programs could include information regarding consent, healthy relationships, and positive prosocial behavior. The ongoing prevention awareness campaign is unifying, continuing the theme with the goal of preventing and raising awareness of sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking.
Orientation Incoming students and families at orientation receive two presentations focused on relevant student issues and concerns, including such topics as alcohol, sexual assault, and interpersonal violence issues, inclusion, and respect.
Residence Hall Resources Residence hall safety begins with the existence of resident assistants RAs on duty, electronic door locks, an escort policy, outside doors being alarmed and programmed to sound if they are propped open. On an annual basis, all staff and students receive electronic information from the Dean of Students that includes information about sexual and interpersonal violence prevention, as well as how to file a complaint and what to expect from the University.
Typically, 3, first-year students go through the Fire and Personal Safety Fair held each year. Each residential unit is required to provide interactive programming on alcohol awareness two programs in the fall semester and one in the spring and sexual assault and interpersonal violence one each semester. When RAs are on duty and safety issues or concerns are brought to their attention they are trained to respond safely and effectively to all reports, including incidents of sexual and interpersonal violence. Approximately 1, first-year students completed online fire safety training and 1, student completed online active shooter training.
Campus Wide-Initiatives As part of our ongoing programming, Miami has several ongoing campus wide-initiatives that unify programs, departments, and campuses. We are reframing sexual assault in a way that inspires everyone to see it as their responsibility to do something, big or small, to prevent it.
We are asking everyone to create an environment, be it a residence hall, a party, a club, or a sports team, or the greater college campus, where sexual assault is unacceptable and survivors are supported.
Our students are encouraged to reflect on the important individual choices they make at Miami, choices that extend far beyond academics and academic integrity and into other dimensions of wellness and personal responsibility that have huge implications for both their short-term safety and their long-run success.
This University Campaign is deed to provide an opportunity for every member of the community to discuss and embrace a culture of respect, inclusion, care, and personal responsibility. Step Up! The Division of Student Life, through the Office of Student Wellness, offers bystander intervention training to student groups including fraternity and sorority organizations to make students aware of the importance of safely and effectively intervening when they see dangerous or unacceptable behavior.
It has demonstrated success in helping students feel empowered to act and giving them a specific process and resources to intervene in a safe, early, effective way in situations that could endanger the health and safety of others. First-year students enrolled in University receive Step Up! Requests from other student organizations and classes to present Step Up! The mission of HAWKS is to actively engage students to consider important issues related to their health and wellness by presenting factual, relevant information that encourages them to honestly, realistically, and thoroughly reflect on their lifestyle and to help them make free and healthy choices.
They are a group of men from many different areas of campus life who share a common belief.
MARS main goals are to educate men on the seriousness of the issue and inform them of ways to prevent it. That goal is accomplished through large and small campus events, peer programming, and victim support. We strive to challenge the Miami community to consider the effects of sexual and interpersonal violence on both an individual level and on our scholastic community.