B: Victim/Survivor’s Rights

  • To be treated with respect, dignity, and courtesy and without prejudice based upon race, class, lifestyle, sex, age, occupation, or religious beliefs;
  • To receive emotional and psychological support services and advocacy;
  • To have the assistance of Campus personnel in obtaining and securing evidence;
  • To receive private and confidential examination and treatment for personal injuries, sexually transmitted disease, and pregnancy;
  • To be informed and ask questions regarding examinations and treatment given;
  • To the strictest possible confidentiality in incident and medical records, unless release of information is agreed;
  • To receive current information on campus and community resources;
  • To be informed of the options available through the college and the legal system;
  • To seek criminal charges and/or file a disciplinary complaint;
  • To be considered as credible as a person reporting any other crime;
  • To be asked only those questions which are relevant to law enforcement investigation or medical treatment;
  • To be informed of the status and outcome of any student or employee disciplinary proceedings or appeal;
  • To be given the choice to prosecute or not to prosecute; and to have feasible class schedule adjustments (without academic or financial penalty) as necessary to minimize the potential contact with the alleged assailant or those associated with the alleged assailant.

  • The Campus Sexual Violence Elimination (SaVE) Act

    Monday 24 July 2017
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  • Peralta Community College District

    The district comprises four campuses serving northern Alameda County.
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