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Our goal is to foster a campus climate in which sexual violence of any kind, directed at any member of the PFW community, will not be tolerated. Overall, sexual assault is the most under-reported of all crimes: For more statistics please visit the Bureau of Justice Statistics: Research shows that programs which successfully combat sexual violence have grown away from the traditional model that holds women responsible for curbing sexual violence by altering their behavior.

Toward that end, SAPP is launching the One Love Campaign, designed to help students, faculty and staff know the warning signs of relationship abuse, learn bystander intervention, and feel equipped to seek any additional support needed. Everyone plays a vital role in the campus community. Whatever the circumstances, no one asks or deserves to be sexually assaulted. The workshop consists of a film, Escalation, followed by a guided discussion led by a trained facilitator.

The film follows a college-aged couple through the very sweet beginnings of their relationship and shows how unhealthy behaviors can escalate into abuse. After watching the film, workshop participants dive into a discussion about the film- led by trained facilitators-discussing the early warning signs of relationship abuse and what they can do if they witness or experience these warning signs. The conversation is led by a facilitator that has been trained by One Love.

For more information please stop in our office in Walb or check the community calendar for upcoming workshops. If you are concerned for a friend or yourself and unsure if you should contact the Center for Women and Returning adults , please do.

For non-emergency information, please see our resources page. What happens when someone reports to police that they have been sexually assaulted or have been the victim of domestic violence?

If you are concerned for a friend or yourself and unsure if you should contact the Center for Women and Returning adults, please do. If you are concerned that a friend or classmate is currently surviving sexual assault, relationship violence, or has survived a rape, the first step to take is to get informed! Find out what options are available, then seek help.

Many survivors feel helpless, hopeless and often worthless, but armed with this information you are better equipped to assist your friend to a safe environment. For more help, read over these PDF resource and again, please come in and talk to us! If you are concerned about a friend or classmate being a victim of domestic violence or rape the first step to take is to get informed!

Find out what options are available before you attempt to help. Gather the information and have it ready to present, many victims feel helpless, hopeless and often worthless.

Armed with this information you are better equipped to assist your friend to a safe environment. Be advised if you contact child protective services, the children may be taken into protective custody.

Keep in mind that many shelters will not allow the victim to leave or contact relatives where the partner may find them or be led to the shelter putting others in danger. Often victims need the help of their friends to guide them.

Gather a support system, find friends or family members you trust to help. Directs survivor to medical attention, collects statements, presses charges against suspect of criminal activity, and makes arrests.

Provides resources to survivors, friends, students, staff, and faculty so that they can feel empowered to seek any assistance they may need, will report assault, rape, and other criminal activity unless information is anonymous. Serves as the primary student advocate on campus, insures all legal rights are protected through due process, will report assault, rape, and other criminal activity unless information is anonymous. A Carnegie Community Engaged University. If you have trouble accessing this page because of a disability, please email Human Resources and Office of Institutional Equity at accessibility pfw.

Center for Women and Returning Adults. Approximately one out of three women have survived sexual assault and one out of six women have survived rape. Nine out of ten survivors of rape are women. Seven out of ten survivors knew their perpetrator before the assault. If you or someone you know is in immediate danger, please call Police will assess victim and witness safety first and whether medical assistance is needed.

Statements are taken from each party including witnesses. This may mean that children and any other adults present will be asked whether they saw or heard anything. Photographs may be taken of the scene and victim. If probable cause exists or the police believe that a crime has occurred then an arrest will most likely be made.

A warrant for the individual may issued and local police officers will be notified. Keep in mind that many shelters will not allow the survivor to leave or contact relatives where the partner may find them or be led to the shelter putting others in danger. Know who is a mandatory reporter, and who you can talk to confidentially. The offices and agencies listed below are equipped to assist you in helping a student: Fort Wayne Police Department Directs survivor to medical attention, collects statements, presses charges against suspect of criminal activity, and makes arrests http: Walb Student Union, Room https: Walb Student Union, Room http: Job Openings Library Technology.

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Many survivors feel helpless, hopeless and often worthless, but armed with this information you are better equipped to assist your friend to a safe environment. For more help, read over these PDF resource and again, please come in and talk to us!

If you are concerned about a friend or classmate being a victim of domestic violence or rape the first step to take is to get informed! Find out what options are available before you attempt to help. Gather the information and have it ready to present, many victims feel helpless, hopeless and often worthless.

Armed with this information you are better equipped to assist your friend to a safe environment. Be advised if you contact child protective services, the children may be taken into protective custody. Keep in mind that many shelters will not allow the victim to leave or contact relatives where the partner may find them or be led to the shelter putting others in danger. Often victims need the help of their friends to guide them. Gather a support system, find friends or family members you trust to help.

Directs survivor to medical attention, collects statements, presses charges against suspect of criminal activity, and makes arrests. Provides resources to survivors, friends, students, staff, and faculty so that they can feel empowered to seek any assistance they may need, will report assault, rape, and other criminal activity unless information is anonymous. Serves as the primary student advocate on campus, insures all legal rights are protected through due process, will report assault, rape, and other criminal activity unless information is anonymous.

A Carnegie Community Engaged University. If you have trouble accessing this page because of a disability, please email Human Resources and Office of Institutional Equity at accessibility pfw. Center for Women and Returning Adults. Approximately one out of three women have survived sexual assault and one out of six women have survived rape. Nine out of ten survivors of rape are women.

Seven out of ten survivors knew their perpetrator before the assault. If you or someone you know is in immediate danger, please call Police will assess victim and witness safety first and whether medical assistance is needed.

Statements are taken from each party including witnesses. This may mean that children and any other adults present will be asked whether they saw or heard anything. Photographs may be taken of the scene and victim.

If probable cause exists or the police believe that a crime has occurred then an arrest will most likely be made. A warrant for the individual may issued and local police officers will be notified.

Family Voices Indiana — Shares advocacy opportunities and updated information on issues that impact Indiana families of children with disabilities or special needs. For people interested in learning how to be an advocate, the council offers a Partners in Policymaking course once a year.

The council may also provide financial assistance for people with disabilities who wish to participate in conferences or workshops. HANDS also offers a large collection of tools and resources ready for implementation across home, education, and community settings. Hydrocephalus Association — The Hydrocephalus Association provides support, education and advocacy for people whose lives have been touched by hydrocephalus and the professionals who work with them. IN-APSE — Works to improve and expand integrated employment opportunities, services, and outcomes for persons experiencing disabilities.

Staff includes disability rights advocates and attorneys who have the authority to pursue appropriate legal and administrative remedies on behalf of people with disabilities, to ensure the enforcement of their rights. Indiana Institute on Disability and Community — The Institute works to build community capacity through its collaborative efforts with institutions of higher education, state and local government agencies, community service providers, persons with disabilities and their families, and advocacy organizations.

The work of the Indiana Institute is carried out in Centers which address the following issues:. National Alliance for Direct Support Professionals. NCE creates opportunities for the exchange of ideas, provides the training that is essential in professional development, and offers support and mentoring for successful leadership. It is a resource for quality information for parents and professionals.

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SAI helps people to learn, to speak for themselves, and to serve their communities. Special Olympics Indiana — Provides year-round sports training and athletic competition in more than 20 Olympic-type sports for children and adults with intellectual disabilities.

Part of the international network of accredited Special Olympics Programs. Healthy Bodies, Healthy Minds initiative is a statewide effort to support a coordinated system of resources and supports for children, birth — five, and their families.

Apply Now Job ID JWJ Indiana Mentor is seeking an RN or LPN to serve the New Castle area. Indiana MENTOR offers home and community-based services to children and adults with intellectual and developmental self- medication, prescribed treatments, sex education/STD prevention and smoking cessation. The Sexual Assault Prevention Project (SAPP) is a student lead program creating a culture of consent on campus at Purdue Fort Wayne (PFW). Our goal is to. Services LLC S Memorial Dr New Castle, Indiana Call or Email Erica Kane for a free phone consultation now - ()