May 6 Northwest conference All-Conference teams. Other than that, nothing is really certain. Annual crime reports are used to gather information about the nature of sexual assault on college campuses.
Data released by Oregon State University shows that the number of reported sexual assaults on or near campus more than doubled from toas published by the Annual Security and Fire Safety Report. Reported on-campus sexual assaults totaled 19, 16 of which took place in on-campus student housing. This marks a stark increase in data fromwith six on-campus total sexual assaults reported, four of which fell into the on-campus student housing category.
Use this tool to find help near you. This list is made up of independent sexual assault service providers, including National Sexual Assault Hotline affiliate organizations and other local providers. Staff at these programs are dedicated to helping survivors in your area.
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Sexual assault is any unwanted sexual contact as defined in ORS ORS One of our staff or volunteer victim advocates will meet you at the hospital, when we are contacted by law enforcement, to provide support and information about the medical examination and police interview.
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The mission of Public Safety is to provide a safe and secure environment for students, faculty, staff and campus visitors. We strive to achieve this mission through a community approach that enhances safety through the visibility of preventive patrols, positive conflict resolution and crime prevention programs. Criminal activity is investigated by OHSU Police Officers available to respond to crime scenes hours a day, 7 days a week to ensure that items of an evidentiary nature are properly protected, collected and processed, and to confer with local, county and state law enforcement agencies.
The Clery Act requires Oregon State University to collect and report statistics on a specific list of crimes that have occurred in specific geographical areas defined by the Department of Education. This page contains a thorough description of the types of crimes and reportable areas covered under the act. In addition to the primary criminal offenses, the following crimes are also classified as hate crimes when there is evidence that the offense was committed with bias against one of the categories of bias listed. For liquor, drug, and weapon offenses, the statistics are divided into two categories: individuals who were arrested and individuals who were referred to Oregon State University for disciplinary action as the result of a law violation.
Record information about what happened securely and privately. Report electronically to Oregon so they get your full account of what happened before you even walk in the door. It was hard to imagine coming forward in an immediately public way, but to start by chronicling what had occurred would have been a helpful and important first step.