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Also, if the offense is reported to the police, Victims Compensation can pay for the treatment of other injuries that occurred during the rape.Under any circumstances, medical evaluation is important because of the possibilities of Sexually Transmitted Diseases and pregnancy.The Student Right to Know and Campus Security Act requires that students be provided information concerning campus sexual assault programs and the procedures which should be followed once an offense has occurred.Although it may be difficult, it is always best to report a sexual assault (rape, attempted rape, or acquaintance rape) to a University official or the local law enforcement as quickly as possible.Guidance and assistance for reporting the assault may be received from Campus Police or the Office of Student Affairs.If the assault is reported within 72 hours of its occurrence and you cooperate with the police in providing information and evidence, the State of Arkansas pays for the medical examination.Guest speakers may also be brought to the campus for presentations open to the entire campus community.Materials including pamphlets covering sex offense awareness and prevention and similar materials are also available in Student Affairs.
The chief academic officer will accommodate reasonable changes in the alleged victim's academic situation.
ASU-Newport employees with supervisory responsibilities including deans, vice chancellors, department chairs, faculty, student conduct personnel, human resources personnel, athletic administrators, coaches, and university police personnel are REQUIRED by university regulations to notify the Student Affairs Office of the report. The victim is not required to cooperate nor to report.
The police constitute makes decisions about filing charges against the assaulter.
Because of the inherent power difference in these relationships, the potential exists for the less powerful to perceive a coercive element in suggestions relative to activities outside those appropriate to the professional relationship.
It is the responsibility of supervisors and faculty members to behave in such a manner that their words or actions cannot reasonably be perceived as coercive.Sexual harassment is defined as unwelcome sexual advances, request for sexual favors, and other verbal or physical conduct of a sexual nature when: 1.Submission to or toleration of such conduct on or off campus is made a term or condition of instruction, employment or participation in other university active ties. Submission to, or rejection of such conduct by an individual is used as a basis for evaluation in making employment or academic decisions affecting the individual; or 3.ASU-Newport reserve the right to discipline students and organizations for sexual harassment and assaults that occur on or off campus.