New jersey campus sexual assault victims bill of rights is audrey gair dating kenny
Campus Security Authorities for sexual misconduct, sexual harassment or sexual assault include: Dean of Students: Dr.
Ronald Gray - 201-559-3541Center for Health: Carolyn Lewis - 201-559-3586Residence Life: Laura Pierotti - 201-559-3505Director, Community Rights and Responsibilities: Tara Brugnoni - 201-559-3082Assistant Dean of Students: Patrick Dezort - 201-355-1474Director, Human Resources/Title IX Coordinator: Ginny Topolski - 201-559-6055 The above Campus Security Authorities (CSA) will assist the individual in obtaining help, either through campus resources or through outside referrals, and also initiate a complaint process through the Title IX Coordinator, the Director of Human Resources.
Persons who want to engage in the sexual activity are responsible for obtaining consent--it should never be assumed.
If a victim discloses and incident of sexual assault to a staff or faculty member, a report must be made to the Director of Human Resources.
Counseling can be the most important step in the healing process after an assault.
Counseling services are available in the Counseling Center located on the main floor of the Student Center on the Rutherford campus.
Consent must be present throughout the sexual activity--at any time, a participant can communicate that he or she no longer consents to continuing the activity.
If there is confusion as to whether anyone has consented or continues to consent to sexual activity, it is essential that the participants stop the activity until the confusion can be clearly resolved.The University requests and expects the cooperation of every member of the community in demonstrating a respect for others, as well as in upholding Federal laws and the laws of the State of New Jersey.