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Technolgy-Related Sexual Misconduct Response Training Series
Technology-Related Sexual Misconduct Response Training Series

Use this comprehensive DVD (Requires Windows Media Player) Training Series to prepare your school community to respond appropriately to reports of sexual misconduct, especially situations involving technology.

The program addresses sexting, sexual harassment, defamation, child pornography, sexual assault and abuse, video phones, webcams, cyber-stalking, social media, hook-up culture, alcohol, sexual exploitation, acquaintance rape, same-sex assault, and more.

  • Definitions and Statistics:  Current delineations of sexual assault, harassment, stalking, rape and sexual exploitation, including the distinction between coercion and consent.
  • Legal Considerations:  Child pornography mandated reporting of child abuse, bullying laws, jurisdiction off campus, and other emerging legal issues are reviewed.
  • Medical Attention:  Timelines, confidentiality, physical evidence collection, STI testing and liabilities for transportation to the hospital.
  • Reporting Options:  Jurisdiction, minors, criminal, civil & campus procedures, confidentiality, Clery Act, anonymous and 3rd party reports, statutes of limitation and restraining orders
  • Support and Counseling:  Post traumatic stress disorder, depression, suicide, long-term support.
  • Survivors' Perspectives:  First-person testimonial about getting help after an assault, information about the Sexual Assault Victims' Bill of Rights, memory loss, memory lag.
  • Responding to the Accused:  The perils of side-taking, liability, options, presumptions and retaliation with respect to actual cases.

NEW! Cyber-Sexual Misconduct Case Studies: Challenge yourself by participating in real-life scenarios and discussion with colleagues to examine the following issues:

  • A student posts photos of her naked ex online using your schools Internet connection. She says she did not post the photos. Can your IT department use her IP address to prove the case?
  • Consensual sex that occurred on your property is broadcast via webcam to other students without the consent of all parties involved. A third party reports the incident to a counselor and tells him not to tell anyone else. What should the counselor do?
  • A female student says she was drunk "sexting" when she promised a guy sex in an hour. After the sex occurs, she says she was too drunk to have known what she was doing. She tells her teacher she was raped and that is why her paper did not get done. Is this a valid complaint?
  • Two female tennis players decide to expose their breasts to their male coach to flirt with him. Someone else films this act and the video debuts on YouTube. The coach had not reported the incident. Should you discipline the coach and/or the students?
  • Students at your school start an "All Men are Rapists" Facebook Group and two of your faculty members join, claiming their right to free speech. Is this sexual harassment or free speech? If the students used your Internet connect to create the Group, do you have more jurisdiction?

Join moderators Suraiya Baluch, Director of the Office of Sexual Assault Prevention and Response at Princeton University and Heather Horton, Sexual Assault Response Coordinator at Colorado College. Other renowned panelists include:

  • Nancy Conrad, Partner and Chair of the Education Practice Group, White & Williams, LLP
  • Katie Koestner, Executive Director of Campus Outreach Services and National Expert on Campus Sexual Misconduct
  • Dr. Gary Margolis, Managing Partner, Margolis, Healy & Associates, LLC
    Steven McDonald, General Counsel at Rhode Island School of Design
  • Larry Gourdine, Relationship & Sexual Violence Prevention Coordinator, University of Georgia
  • Laura Bennett, Assistant Director of Student Conduct and Community Standards, University of California, Berkeley

Note:  The training does not conflict with individual institutional policies, but will bring to life what is described in handbooks. Case studies are provided for group discussion and application of newly attained knowledge.  A comprehensive training manual, complete with an easy-to-follow checklist, is available in electronic format so you can easily customize resources and contact information.

8 Titles in the DVD Series

Program 1:  Especially for PK-12 Schools
Audience: All Administrators and Key Staff from PK-12 Schools

This session focuses on concerns applicable to school environments with minors. We will review legal issues, reporting requirements, event mitigation, and best practices surrounding policies, protocols and procedures appropriation for working with this age group. Combine this session with others in the series for comprehensive training.

Program 2: Technology and Sexual Misconduct Essentials and Response Training
Audience: Deans, Directors and Professionals from Residence Life,

Counseling, Health Centers, Campus Ministry and Athletics
Ensure your leaders are prepared for the new era of sexual misconduct. Review essential statistics, definitions and responses in the first ten minutes. Delve into technology-related sexual misconduct issues, including video phones, sexts, inappropriate sexual content accessed in academic and employment settings, sexual activity filmed non-consensually, rape, exploitation and more.

This comprehensive session expands your knowledge base with legal updates and real-life scenarios that prepare you to respond to reports of various forms of sexual misconduct. Learn to better inform those you supervise and provide appropriate assistance to students involved in these situations.

  • Understand common missteps in training and response:
  • Actual notice and deliberate indifference
  • Failure to act through disbelief
  • Allegiance to inaction and informal resolutions
  • Failure to understand the technological issues
  • Small community
  • Confidentiality limitations and privacy expectations
  • Retaliation and mitigation of further harm

Program 3: Campus Police Training: Part 1
Essentials on Sexual Assault and Misconduct Response
Prepare your campus security and police officers to respond appropriately to incidents of sexual misconduct. This extensive session prepares your frontline to respond to first- and third-party reports of various types of sexual misconduct. Seasoned campus police chiefs, sexual assault response specialists and legal experts train your staff with specific examples and interactive case studies.

Topics covered:

  • Key definitions and statistics
  • Sensitivity without side-taking
  • Rape Trauma Syndrome
  • Victim's mental state during questioning
  • Referrals and follow-ups
  • Medical and emotional support options
  • The Sexual Assault Victims' Bill of Rights
  • Working with the accused
  • Child abuse laws
  • Male victims
  • Best practices for obtaining optimal reports
  • Introduction to technology-related sexual misconduct

Program 4: RA Training

Essentials on Sexual Assault and Misconduct Response

Learn from dynamic peer educators and renowned experts through a blend of presentation and case studies to keep everyone engaged and actively learning essential information.

  • Learn about the following topics:
  • Key definitions and statistics
  • Medical options
  • Reporting options
  • Emotional support and rape trauma syndrome
  • The Sexual Assault Victims' Bill of Rights
  • Working with the accused
  • Child abuse laws
  • Actual notice and failure to report
  • Taking sides, rumor mills
  • Male victims
  • Characteristics of victims and perpetrators
  • Bystanders
  • Residence life specific issues
  • Helpful follow-up support strategies
  • Rape Kits and evidence collection from college provided housing
  • Introduction to technology-related sexual misconduct


Program 5: Community and 2-Year Colleges

Although non-residential colleges have traditionally avoided sexual misconduct issues, students engaging in cyber-stalking, sexual harassment, sexually inappropriate video and photo exchanges and other problems force all colleges to look at their response and prevention strategies surrounding technology-related sexual misconduct.  Join national sexual violence and policy expert, Katie Koestner, for this timely session on how non-residential colleges can best address these issues. Ms. Koestner is joined by law and policy experts to provide insights and recommendations.  

Topics covered include:

  • Key definitions and statistics regarding sexual misconduct
  • Introduction to technology-related sexual misconduct
  • Social media use that crosses over to sexual misconduct
  • Personally owned technological devices versus school-provided devices: different protocols for response?
  • Web-cams, sexting, Chatroulette and pornographic uses of school-provided Internet
  • Illegal file sharing that is also pornographic and/or involves minors
  • Reporting requirements
  • Proactive prevention and awareness techniques
  • Confiscating personal property suspected in sexual misconduct policy violations

Program 6: Judicial Board Training

The Case of Jenny, Michael and a Webcam
Join the Peer Educators from Colorado College, IT expert and legal counsel for this interactive judicial board training. Have your board listen to the live testimonies of Jenny, Michael and others. Hear the captivating narration and their varied perspectives on the night in question.

Use this mock trial to think through the intersections of sexual misconduct, alcohol and technology policies. Consider important issues including bystander behavior, inappropriate use of school resources, jurisdiction, questioning techniques and convincing evidence. Experts provide insight into key risk management strategies, illuminating common problems and best practices.

Program 7: Imparting Training and Education to Peers

Audience: RAs, Peer Leaders and Counselors, Greek Leaders and Athletic Team Captains
A review of everything from RA Training: Part 1 supplemented with methods to educate peers, including road blocks to success, reaching men and social media methods to support outreach. Join fellow student leaders and national experts for this informative training and confidence-building session. Become emboldened to educate and respond to your peers as a key member of the frontlines of response and prevention.

Program 8:  Campus Police Training: Part 2
Technology-Related Sexual Assault and Misconduct

Building from Campus Police Training: Part 1, we prepare your campus security and police officers to respond appropriately to the complicated landscape of technology-related incidents of sexual misconduct.

  • Our campus security directors, sexual assault response specialists and legal experts train your staff with specific examples and interactive case studies covering the following current topics:
  • Overview of latest technologies used by students
  • Social media uses qualifying as sexual misconduct
  • Personally owned technology-devices versus school-provided devices: different protocols for response?
  • Webcams and non-consensual recording of sexual activity
  • Sexting
  • Chat roulette and other potential pornographic uses of school-provided Internet connections
  • Illegal file sharing that is also pornographic and/or involves minors
  • Reporting requirements to additional authorities
  • Proactive prevention and awareness techniques for campus crime prevention officers
  • Expectation of privacy on campus
  • Pranks and practical jokes versus sexual misconduct, stalking and harassment
  • Reporting requirements and chain of command
  • Appropriate techniques for confiscating personal property suspected in sexual misconduct policy violations to reduce destruction of key evidence

All of these programs require Windows Media Player.

Please contact us if you have questions about the program formats.

Study Guides included.

This title can be found in...
Violence Prevention: Sexual Harassment
Violence Prevention: Community Issues
Violence Prevention: Internet Safety

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