You may also use a web-based reporting form to report acts of sexual violence.Both the mobile application and web-based form allow reports of sexual violence to be submitted anonymously.
Physical evidence must be collected within 72 hours of the assault and only at a certified medical facility upon the request of a law enforcement agency.Schools found to have violated this law can be fined up to ,000 or lose their eligibility to participate in federal student aid programs. The Campus Sexual Assault Victims' Bill of Rights exists as a part of the campus security reporting requirements, commonly known as the Jeanne Clery Act.Complaints about schools that have filed to comply with this law should be made to the U. If you wish to report a sexual assault on campus, contact the director of student development services and/or security as soon as possible after the offense. Do not bathe, douche, use the toilet or change clothing. If you have been raped, you should seek medical attention immediately regardless of whether or not you report the matter to law enforcement.These programs may include inspecting the campuses for potentially dangerous areas, including lighting and landscaping.In addition, educational programs concerning sexual assault are provided through various college offices (student life, residential life, counseling, etc.).As much detail as possible regarding location, date and time of the sexual assault and any information which might help identify the assailant will be reported.The campus community will be informed of the reported sexual assault via the college's email system.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.M State will take appropriate action to safeguard the survivor and at the same time protect the rights of the alleged perpetrator.If the survivor of the sexual assault requests, the college will make changes in the survivor's academic situation, if reasonably available.