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A guiding principle in the reporting of sexual assault is to avoid re-victimizing the sexual assault survivor by forcing the person into any plan of action.Sexual assault survivors may contact Student Development Services on any campus, Counseling (Fergus Falls and Moorhead) or community agencies for assistance.Linda Walther, a RN Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner shows the boxes of sexual assault evidence collection kits stored at Regions Hospital in St. The reasoning: It's hard enough to decide, in those traumatic hours, to even come in for an exam."They didn't have a lot of choice about what happened, so they have a lot of choices now," said Johnson, a nurse who has examined sexual assault victims as young as 2 and as old as 84. It's not just the tiny box of Q-tips, swabs and hair samples — it's bags of clothing and bedding. But since it's technically not evidence yet, many metro area police departments — including those in Ramsey County — won't take them until there's a case. That's not counting those sitting in hospitals like Regions, or in the 25 departments that didn't respond to the bureau's survey. By Minnesota law, sexual assault survivors don't have to decide whether they want to go to police when they arrive at a hospital to be examined. I'm just of the opinion I'd rather be safe."Discussion over what to do with rape evidence kits likely will get some play this year at the Legislature, after a Bureau of Criminal Apprehension report found in late 2015 that 3,500 kits are sitting on police and sheriff's department shelves, untested.
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Every effort will be made to assure that all members of the college community are provided an atmosphere free from sexual abuse and harassment, and educational efforts will be undertaken to inform employees and students of their responsibilities regarding such behavior, how to identify and eliminate potential sexual abuse and harassment and what steps can be taken in instances when sexual abuse and harassment are experienced.
M State conducts a number of programs designed at preventing sexual offenses and making the community aware of the potential of such crimes.
Minnesota State Board Policy 1B.3 Sexual Violence Policy: an emergency, dial 911 or 8-911 (if using a campus phone).
If you are a victim of a sexual assault and wish to speak to a "confidential employee," please contact one of the following M State counselors: Maronda Robertson at [email protected] 218.299.6618 Steve Lindgren at [email protected] 218.736.1539 Tom Dubbels at [email protected] 218.299.6516 Students or prospective students may contact one of the individuals below or submit a complaint online through Campus Eye: Campus Eye and Web-based reporting: Campus Eye is a mobile application that can be used by M State students, faculty and staff to report incidents of sexual violence to the appropriate M State authorities.
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