Employees who receive a disclosure of sexual violence must notify the SVPR Coordinator.
When a disclosure is made, employees must provide the student with information about the policy and available supports.
When making a notification, information which identifies the student should only be shared with the student's consent.
Notifications are made using the online notification form.
Sexual Violence Policy Sessions - by Zoom, for employees, on demand
- Sixty-minute information sessions that review employee roles and responsibilities.
- Sessions include a 10-15 minute opportunity to ask questions about the policy.
- Presented by Barb Lotan, Sexual Violence Prevention & Response Coordinator
- Request a session: contact email@example.com
SV Policy Info Session Slides (647 KB)
A Guide for Faculty, Staff and Teaching Assistants
- You may be the first to hear a disclosure of sexual violence from a student.
- You may be asked to provide accommodations, make referrals or otherwise support a student in need.
- Please familiarize yourself with the most recent versions of policies and procedures with application across the University on matters of sexual violence involving our students.
- Students may access all supports and services on campus and they should be provided with appropriate academic considerations/accommodations.
- Students may disclose sexual violence and access supports, services, and accommodations without making a formal report either to the University or to the police.
Responding to Disclosures of Sexual Violence Training
- This online training module is an excellent resource for general information about sexual violence and how to support students who have experienced sexual violence. It does not address Queen's University policies specifically.