Read the Updates from the Coordinated Community Response Team
January 17, 2019
A coordinated community response approach ensures a timely, culturally-relevant and respectful response to sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence and stalking committed on or off campus. The Coordinated Community Response Team (CCRT) coordinates all prevention and intervention efforts, facilitates communication between key campus departments and community partners, ensures messages across efforts are consistent and reinforced, and ensures the system’s response to victims is seamless, consistent and supportive.
- Review this language on the trauma-informed approach to our grant project work:
- Adapted from the Department of Justice Office of Violence Against Women’s definition on trauma- informed prevention
A trauma-informed approach strives to identify potential trauma and triggers and reduce re- traumatization for survivors, and enhance the quality of interactions between employees and students.
OVW Campus Grant Supported Programs and Projects must provide participants with an environment and structure that is inclusive, welcoming, de-stigmatizing, and one that is not re-traumatizing given the context of gender-based violence. Thus, programs and projects should view individuals as neither potential victims nor potential perpetrators based on gender, race, sexual orientation, class, ability or other social identities.
- Mobilizing Men will talk with Men’s Tennis and Men’s Golf on Friday, Jan. 18.
- The Policies, Procedures, and Protocols Subcommittee continues to work on a template that service providers will fill out with information to be shared as a resource available to all to centralize information.
- Comprehensive Prevention is working to collaborate with WSU to bring Chimi Boyd-Keyes, consultant on inclusive interpersonal violence prevention to cost share her visit in April.
- The Marketing and Messaging Subcommittee will soon disseminate the Green Dot poster campaign featuring student athletes. The posters will be ready for pick up Friday, Jan. 18.
- The Marketing and Messaging Subcommittee is also continuing work on a poster that will provide clarity and accessibility of Clery compliance to our campus.
- Victim Services is working toward a training for responders on campus which will cover culturally competent responses to students in the Latinx community. We aim to bring this training in May
- Dates for Green Dot Bystander trainings have been set. All trainings occur 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturdays, with lunch included.
- Jan. 26
- Feb. 9
- March 2
- April 13
What You Can Do
- Keep an eye out for the Marketing and Messaging Subcommittee’s first op-ed in the Argonaut and the Daily News related to Stalking Awareness Month (January).
- Encourage students to sign up for Green Dot Bystander trainings by emailing email@example.com with the date they’d like to attend.
- If you are a Green Dot facilitator, please sign up for one or two bystander trainings this semester docs.google.com/document/d/1hoGL0nZhBIulBK5FsjRMKfWun4JKM64fx5BjmvuegdQ/edit
- Share this information with others.
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