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Campus SaVE Act

What is the Campus SaVE Act? 

In March of 2013, the campus sexual violence elimination act was passed by congress as part of the reauthorization of the violence against women act (campus save act). The new law is aimed at increasing transparency by expanding the types of sexual violence incidents that must be disclosed in the annual security report (ASR) submitted by colleges and universities. The new law represents a regulatory emphasis on specific categories of sexual abuse suffered by members of the college community.

Policy Statement

All Individuals have the right to a safe campus environment free from threats of violence. Harming another person by committing any form of domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, or stalking, as defined under Alabama State Law, is strictly prohibited.

New protections under the law

Sobering Statistics

Key Definitions:

Bystander Intervention

Steps for Reporting Offenses

Victims’ Bill of Rights

Campus Resources

Community Resources

Education for the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA)

Stalking & Bullying Policy

Campaign to End Sexual Violence on Campuses (YouTube)

Visit the Campus Save Act website