Sexual Violence Policy & Guidelines

How do we create a Consent Culture?  Join in on the conversation on Monday, September 18th, 2017, between 10am & 2pm at the Purple Wall located in the main cafeteria.

Cape Breton University is committed to creating an environment that is free from sexual violence (actual or threatened), abuse, aggression and harassment for our faculty, staff, students and visitors.

Cape Breton University’s Sexual Violence Policy & Guidelines is intended to outline commitments to raise awareness and educate on sexual violence, to prevent sexual violence, to reduce the risk of sexual violence incidents, to promote a consent culture, and to respond to the needs in our community for support and empowerment.

This policy confirms Cape Breton University’s position on sexual violence and the guidelines to be followed in the case of disclosure or complaint from any student, for any incident occurring on or off campus by a member of the University community.

Sexual Violence Policy & Guidelines

Responding to Reports of Sexual Assault within 72 hours  (Chart A)

Responding to Reports of Sexual Assault after 72 hours  (Chart B)

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Scott Thomas
Human Rights Officer

Phone: 902-574-2350