Sexual Assault or Sexual Violence is any form of non-consensual sexual activity including: sexual acts from intimidation, touching, and penetration. Sexual Assault is aggressive behavior that is meant to intimidate, control, and create fear. If you are a victim of a sexual assault or violent crime, please report this incident to Public Safety at (810) 762-0222, or call 911 if off campus. Police Officers are trained to see that the victim receives the psychological, emotional, and medical support needed, in a confidential manner.
In the case of a Sexual Assault
- Call Public Safety immediately (810) 762-0222, or use the Emergency Call Boxes. Off-campus call 911.
- Do not change clothes, douche or clean up
- Do not throw anything away
- Do not use any medication
- Bring a clean change of clothes with you, if possible
Information most need by the police…
Often, the only witness in a sexual assault is the victim, it is important that he/she remember as much as possible about the suspect, including…..
- car license plate number, year, make and model
- race of the suspect
- approximate age weight and height
- color and length of hair
- color of eyes
- any unusual marks, scars, tattoos, rings, etc.
- any belongings the suspect may have left at the crime scene
Domestic Violence or Domestic Abuse is emotional or physical abuse used in an effort to control the intimate partner or household member. Including; spouse or former spouse, person who resides or has resided with, an individual with whom has or has had a dating or sexual relationship. Domestic Violence affects 1 in 4 women in her lifetime.
Victims of domestic violence can receive assistance in obtaining a Personal Protection Order (PPO) and community resources if needed.
Stalking is a criminal offense. It is repeated or continuing harassment of another individual that would cause a reasonable person to feel terrorized, frightened, intimidated, threatened, or harassed. If you are a victim please contact us at (810) 762-0222) or call 911 if off campus.