Oxy Sexual Assault Coalition - Faculty Council Presentation - Occidental College

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In October 2012, Professors Caroline Heldman and Danielle Dirks of Occidental College gave this presentation to Faculty Council to provide an overview of sexual assault issues on Oxy's campus, outline …

In October 2012, Professors Caroline Heldman and Danielle Dirks of Occidental College gave this presentation to Faculty Council to provide an overview of sexual assault issues on Oxy's campus, outline OSAC's 12 Demands, and request that Faculty Council assist with 1) returning TItle IX Coordinator position back to the faculty and 2) providing formal service assignments by appointing two faculty members to a permanent sexual assault committee. The goals of this committee would be to annually review current Oxy policy and procedures and provide best practices for improving the sexual assault climate, programming, policy, and procedures on Occidental College's campus.

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  • 1. OSACFACULTY COUNCIL23 OCTOBER 2012
  • 2. GOALS TODAY1. INTRODUCE OSAC2. DISCUSS GOALS: – DEVELOP PERMANENT SEXUAL ASSAULT ADVISORY COMMITTEE – RETURN TITLE IX COORDINATOR BACK TO FACULTY
  • 3. OSAC 13 FACULTY AND 9 STUDENTS WHOSE GOAL IS TO RAISE AWARENESS OF THE SEXUAL ASSAULT EPIDEMIC AND TO ADVOCATE FOR BEST POLICIES AND PRACTICES THAT PROVIDE FOR A SAFE AND EQUITABLE STUDENT EXPERIENCE AT OCCIDENTAL COLLEGE.
  • 4. WHY OSAC? WHY NOW?1. REPORTING UP: – 1 REPORT IN 2010-2011 – 34 REPORTS IN 2011-2012
  • 5. WHY OSAC? WHY NOW?2. TROUBLING PATTERN: – 13 CASES IN 2011-2012 – 8/13 FAMILIAR TO OSAC – 5/8 FOUND RESPONSIBLE – 5/5 MINOR SANCTIONS – 4/5 APPEALS GRANTED – 2/3 SERIAL RAPISTS ALLOWED BACK ON CAMPUS*
  • 6. OSAC EFFORTS SO FAR1. COMPREHENSIVE EVALUATION OF POLICIES + PROCEDURES2. DEVELOPMENT OF 12 GOALS3. SEVERAL MEETINGS WITH ADMIN
  • 7. GOAL 1: COMMITTEEESTABLISH PERMANENT GROUP – ANNUALLY REVIEW POLICIES – RECOMMEND BEST PRACTICES TWO TWO TWO FACULTY ADMINS STUDENTS • OSAC + • FC-APPOINTED PROJECT SAFE
  • 8. GOAL 2: TITLE IXRETURN COORDINATOR BACK TO FACULTY – MOVED TO DEAN OF STUDENTS (2011) – INSULATE PROCESS FROM LITIGIOUS CONCERNS
  • 9. REQUEST FOR FC1. APPOINT TWO FACULTY MEMBERS AS SERVICE2. ASSIST WITH RETURN OF TITLE IX COORDINATOR ROLE TO FACULTY
  • 10. QUESTIONS?
  • 11. THANK YOUINFORMATIONAL SESSION – THURS, 10/25 11:30 AM MOSHER 1WEBSITE – OXYSEXUALASSAULTCOALITION. WORDPRESS.COM
  • 12. 12 GOALS1. REMOVE 7. ENGAGE OXY CRIME AUTOMATIC APPEAL ALERT SYSTEM FOR2. REINSTATE VERBAL SA CONSENT 8. DISTRIBUTE3. ESTABLISH DETAILED ANNUAL ADVISORY REPORT COMMITTEE 9. ESTABLISH 24-HR4. RETURN TITLE IX HOTLINE5. ANNOUNCE ALL SA 10. PROVIDE ANNUAL POLICY CHANGES STAFF TRAINING +6. DOUBLE STAFF 11. TRAINING FOR PROJECTSAFE STUDENT LEADERS 12. IMPROVE