The Red Zone
The Red Zone is the time spanning the start of the fall semester through Thanksgiving break when more than 50% of all college sexual assaults are statistically found to occur.
Staying Safe on Campus
College campuses can give you a sense of security—a feeling that everyone knows each other and watches out for one another. There are perpetrators who take advantage of this feeling of safety and security to commit acts of sexual violence.
Support Student Survivors
The Biden administration announced plans to undo the Trump Administration’s attack on student survivors and create a Title IX rule that supports the rights of all students. The not-so-good news? The Department of Education plans to release those changes in May 2022 –– nearly a year from now.
What We Know About Preventing Sexual Assault on Campus
The more you know, the safer you will be. That axiom is certainly true for campuses that are working to prevent and reduce sexual assault. When campus communities know more about the many interconnected aspects of sexual assault, the safer their campus will be.
Learn about Campus Advocacy groups at Inland Empire area colleges and universities.