Campus Violence Elimination Act (Campus SaVE Act)
San Juan College does not tolerate any sexual violence to include intimate partner violence which can be defined as any physical sexual, or psychological harm against an individual by a current or former partner or spouse of the individual. Such sexual violence covers domestic violence, dating violence and stalking. The Campus SaVE Act complements and is a companion to Title IX and assists with the response to and prevention of sexual violence in higher education. The Act provides a framework for educational institutions to address incidents of sexual violence occurring on-campus, on public property within and adjacent to campus, and at non-campus properties where campus sponsored events and remote classrooms or programs are held. San Juan College strives to comply with the Campus SaVE Act.
Specifically, the Campus SaVE Act outlines provisions for the following:
1. Transparency: Students or employees who report being victims of any prohibited acts will be assisted by campus authorities in reporting a crime to law enforcement and with obtaining or enforcement of no contact directives or restraining orders. Employees and students should be aware of bystander intervention which includes taking action to prevent harm or intervene when there is a risk of domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, or stalking against another person. Individuals who make reports will be provided options and assistance in changing academic, living, transportation and working situations if requested and reasonably available. Further, resource information will be provided which includes information on counseling, health, local advocacy and legal service agencies. The range of any possible disciplinary actions or sanctions and procedures may be found in the San Juan College Student Code of Conduct and/or San Juan College Employee Handbook.
2. Accountability: Provide a prompt, fair and impartial investigation and resolution of complaints. Additionally, both accuser and accused may be accompanied during proceedings by an advisor of their choice and both parties will receive written outcomes of disciplinary hearings at the same time.
3. Education: Conduct initial and ongoing awareness programming for students and employees that addresses issues of primary prevention, definition of consent, reporting, bystander intervention and risk reduction.
4. Inquiries concerning the application of the Campus SaVE Act may contact any of the following: the San Juan College EEO/Title IX Coordinator or the Director of Human Resources at San Juan College; the San Juan College Director of Public Safety, Room 1100, Phone (505) 566-3050, firstname.lastname@example.org; the Vice President of Student Services, Room 4123, Phone (505) 565-3318, email@example.com. Inquiries may also be made to the Office for Civil Rights, United States Department of Education http://www2.ed.gov/about/offices/list/ocr/docs/index.html.