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The definition of consent does not vary based upon a participant's sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, or gender expression." Policy for Alcohol and/or Drug Use Amnesty: Provides that no bystander or victim that reports, in good faith, any incident of sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking, will be charged with an alcohol or drug use violation of the institution's code of conduct. LICENSED MENTAL HEALTH COUNSELORS, MEDICAL PROVIDERS AND PASTORAL COUNSELORS ARE EXAMPLES OF INSTITUTION EMPLOYEES WHO MAY OFFER CONFIDENTIALITY. "PRIVACY" MAY BE OFFERED BY AN INDIVIDUAL WHEN SUCH INDIVIDUAL IS UNABLE TO OFFER CONFIDENTIALITY UNDER THE LAW BUT SHALL STILL NOT DISCLOSE INFORMATION LEARNED FROM A REPORTING INDIVIDUAL OR BYSTANDER TO A CRIME OR INCIDENT MORE THAN NECESSARY TO COMPLY WITH THIS AND OTHER APPLICABLE LAWS, INCLUDING INFORMING APPROPRIATE INSTITUTION OFFICIALS. HAVE DISCLOSURES OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, DATING VIOLENCE, STALKING, AND SEXUAL ASSAULT TREATED SERIOUSLY; 3.Budget Implications: This bill includes appropriations of .5 million to the State Police, .5 million to rape crisis centers, and

The definition of consent does not vary based upon a participant's sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, or gender expression." Policy for Alcohol and/or Drug Use Amnesty: Provides that no bystander or victim that reports, in good faith, any incident of sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking, will be charged with an alcohol or drug use violation of the institution's code of conduct. LICENSED MENTAL HEALTH COUNSELORS, MEDICAL PROVIDERS AND PASTORAL COUNSELORS ARE EXAMPLES OF INSTITUTION EMPLOYEES WHO MAY OFFER CONFIDENTIALITY. "PRIVACY" MAY BE OFFERED BY AN INDIVIDUAL WHEN SUCH INDIVIDUAL IS UNABLE TO OFFER CONFIDENTIALITY UNDER THE LAW BUT SHALL STILL NOT DISCLOSE INFORMATION LEARNED FROM A REPORTING INDIVIDUAL OR BYSTANDER TO A CRIME OR INCIDENT MORE THAN NECESSARY TO COMPLY WITH THIS AND OTHER APPLICABLE LAWS, INCLUDING INFORMING APPROPRIATE INSTITUTION OFFICIALS. HAVE DISCLOSURES OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, DATING VIOLENCE, STALKING, AND SEXUAL ASSAULT TREATED SERIOUSLY; 3.

Budget Implications: This bill includes appropriations of $4.5 million to the State Police, $4.5 million to rape crisis centers, and $1 million to college campuses. 5965 6 NEW YORK STATE OFFICE OF VICTIM SERVICES, ESTABLISHED PURSUANT TO SECTION SIX HUNDRED TWENTY-TWO OF THE EXECUTIVE LAW. EVERY INSTITUTION SHALL ENSURE THAT INDIVIDUALS ARE PROVIDED THE FOLLOWING PROTECTIONS AND ACCOMMODATIONS: A.

Effective Date: This act shall take effect in 90 days except for provisions related to campus climate assessment and reporting of aggregate data which shall take place after a year. WHEN THE ACCUSED OR RESPONDENT IS A STUDENT, TO HAVE THE INSTITU- TION ISSUE A "NO CONTACT ORDER" CONSISTENT WITH INSTITUTION POLICIES AND PROCEDURES, WHEREBY CONTINUED INTENTIONAL CONTACT WITH THE REPORTING INDIVIDUAL WOULD BE A VIOLATION OF INSTITUTION POLICY SUBJECT TO ADDI- TIONAL CONDUCT CHARGES; IF THE ACCUSED OR RESPONDENT AND A REPORTING INDIVIDUAL OBSERVE EACH OTHER IN A PUBLIC PLACE, IT SHALL BE THE RESPON- SIBILITY OF THE ACCUSED OR RESPONDENT TO LEAVE THE AREA IMMEDIATELY AND WITHOUT DIRECTLY CONTACTING THE REPORTING INDIVIDUAL.

Section 7 of the bill would provide that the bill take effect in 90 days, except for provisions related to campus climate assessment and reporting of aggregate data which shall take place after a year. REPORTS SHALL BE INVESTIGATED IN ACCORDANCE WITH INSTI- TUTION POLICY AND A REPORTING INDIVIDUAL'S IDENTITY SHALL REMAIN PRIVATE AT ALL TIMES IF SAID REPORTING INDIVIDUAL WISHES TO MAINTAIN PRIVACY; G.

The appropriations added in sections 4, 5 and 6 of the bill would take effect immediately. Statement in Support: Sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence and stalking affect thousands of college students in New York State and across the nation. DISCLOSE, IF THE ACCUSED IS AN EMPLOYEE OF THE INSTITUTION, THE INCIDENT TO THE INSTITUTION'S HUMAN RESOURCES AUTHORITY OR THE RIGHT TO REQUEST THAT A CONFIDENTIAL OR PRIVATE EMPLOYEE ASSIST IN REPORTING TO THE APPROPRIATE HUMAN RESOURCES AUTHORITY; H.

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The definition of consent does not vary based upon a participant's sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, or gender expression." Policy for Alcohol and/or Drug Use Amnesty: Provides that no bystander or victim that reports, in good faith, any incident of sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking, will be charged with an alcohol or drug use violation of the institution's code of conduct. LICENSED MENTAL HEALTH COUNSELORS, MEDICAL PROVIDERS AND PASTORAL COUNSELORS ARE EXAMPLES OF INSTITUTION EMPLOYEES WHO MAY OFFER CONFIDENTIALITY. "PRIVACY" MAY BE OFFERED BY AN INDIVIDUAL WHEN SUCH INDIVIDUAL IS UNABLE TO OFFER CONFIDENTIALITY UNDER THE LAW BUT SHALL STILL NOT DISCLOSE INFORMATION LEARNED FROM A REPORTING INDIVIDUAL OR BYSTANDER TO A CRIME OR INCIDENT MORE THAN NECESSARY TO COMPLY WITH THIS AND OTHER APPLICABLE LAWS, INCLUDING INFORMING APPROPRIATE INSTITUTION OFFICIALS. HAVE DISCLOSURES OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, DATING VIOLENCE, STALKING, AND SEXUAL ASSAULT TREATED SERIOUSLY; 3.Budget Implications: This bill includes appropriations of $4.5 million to the State Police, $4.5 million to rape crisis centers, and $1 million to college campuses. 5965 6 NEW YORK STATE OFFICE OF VICTIM SERVICES, ESTABLISHED PURSUANT TO SECTION SIX HUNDRED TWENTY-TWO OF THE EXECUTIVE LAW. EVERY INSTITUTION SHALL ENSURE THAT INDIVIDUALS ARE PROVIDED THE FOLLOWING PROTECTIONS AND ACCOMMODATIONS: A.Effective Date: This act shall take effect in 90 days except for provisions related to campus climate assessment and reporting of aggregate data which shall take place after a year. WHEN THE ACCUSED OR RESPONDENT IS A STUDENT, TO HAVE THE INSTITU- TION ISSUE A "NO CONTACT ORDER" CONSISTENT WITH INSTITUTION POLICIES AND PROCEDURES, WHEREBY CONTINUED INTENTIONAL CONTACT WITH THE REPORTING INDIVIDUAL WOULD BE A VIOLATION OF INSTITUTION POLICY SUBJECT TO ADDI- TIONAL CONDUCT CHARGES; IF THE ACCUSED OR RESPONDENT AND A REPORTING INDIVIDUAL OBSERVE EACH OTHER IN A PUBLIC PLACE, IT SHALL BE THE RESPON- SIBILITY OF THE ACCUSED OR RESPONDENT TO LEAVE THE AREA IMMEDIATELY AND WITHOUT DIRECTLY CONTACTING THE REPORTING INDIVIDUAL.Section 7 of the bill would provide that the bill take effect in 90 days, except for provisions related to campus climate assessment and reporting of aggregate data which shall take place after a year. REPORTS SHALL BE INVESTIGATED IN ACCORDANCE WITH INSTI- TUTION POLICY AND A REPORTING INDIVIDUAL'S IDENTITY SHALL REMAIN PRIVATE AT ALL TIMES IF SAID REPORTING INDIVIDUAL WISHES TO MAINTAIN PRIVACY; G.The appropriations added in sections 4, 5 and 6 of the bill would take effect immediately. Statement in Support: Sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence and stalking affect thousands of college students in New York State and across the nation. DISCLOSE, IF THE ACCUSED IS AN EMPLOYEE OF THE INSTITUTION, THE INCIDENT TO THE INSTITUTION'S HUMAN RESOURCES AUTHORITY OR THE RIGHT TO REQUEST THAT A CONFIDENTIAL OR PRIVATE EMPLOYEE ASSIST IN REPORTING TO THE APPROPRIATE HUMAN RESOURCES AUTHORITY; H.

million to college campuses. 5965 6 NEW YORK STATE OFFICE OF VICTIM SERVICES, ESTABLISHED PURSUANT TO SECTION SIX HUNDRED TWENTY-TWO OF THE EXECUTIVE LAW. EVERY INSTITUTION SHALL ENSURE THAT INDIVIDUALS ARE PROVIDED THE FOLLOWING PROTECTIONS AND ACCOMMODATIONS: A.Effective Date: This act shall take effect in 90 days except for provisions related to campus climate assessment and reporting of aggregate data which shall take place after a year. WHEN THE ACCUSED OR RESPONDENT IS A STUDENT, TO HAVE THE INSTITU- TION ISSUE A "NO CONTACT ORDER" CONSISTENT WITH INSTITUTION POLICIES AND PROCEDURES, WHEREBY CONTINUED INTENTIONAL CONTACT WITH THE REPORTING INDIVIDUAL WOULD BE A VIOLATION OF INSTITUTION POLICY SUBJECT TO ADDI- TIONAL CONDUCT CHARGES; IF THE ACCUSED OR RESPONDENT AND A REPORTING INDIVIDUAL OBSERVE EACH OTHER IN A PUBLIC PLACE, IT SHALL BE THE RESPON- SIBILITY OF THE ACCUSED OR RESPONDENT TO LEAVE THE AREA IMMEDIATELY AND WITHOUT DIRECTLY CONTACTING THE REPORTING INDIVIDUAL.Section 7 of the bill would provide that the bill take effect in 90 days, except for provisions related to campus climate assessment and reporting of aggregate data which shall take place after a year. REPORTS SHALL BE INVESTIGATED IN ACCORDANCE WITH INSTI- TUTION POLICY AND A REPORTING INDIVIDUAL'S IDENTITY SHALL REMAIN PRIVATE AT ALL TIMES IF SAID REPORTING INDIVIDUAL WISHES TO MAINTAIN PRIVACY; G.The appropriations added in sections 4, 5 and 6 of the bill would take effect immediately. Statement in Support: Sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence and stalking affect thousands of college students in New York State and across the nation. DISCLOSE, IF THE ACCUSED IS AN EMPLOYEE OF THE INSTITUTION, THE INCIDENT TO THE INSTITUTION'S HUMAN RESOURCES AUTHORITY OR THE RIGHT TO REQUEST THAT A CONFIDENTIAL OR PRIVATE EMPLOYEE ASSIST IN REPORTING TO THE APPROPRIATE HUMAN RESOURCES AUTHORITY; H.

Section 5 of the bill would provide a new .5 million appropriation to support services and expenses of rape crisis centers, including but not limited to prevention, education, and victim services on campuses across the State. DISCLOSE THE INCIDENT TO INSTITUTION REPRESENTATIVES WHO CAN OFFER PRIVACY OR CONFIDENTIALITY, AS APPROPRIATE, AND CAN ASSIST IN OBTAINING RESOURCES FOR REPORTING INDIVIDUALS; F.Section 6 of the bill would provide a

Section 5 of the bill would provide a new $4.5 million appropriation to support services and expenses of rape crisis centers, including but not limited to prevention, education, and victim services on campuses across the State. DISCLOSE THE INCIDENT TO INSTITUTION REPRESENTATIVES WHO CAN OFFER PRIVACY OR CONFIDENTIALITY, AS APPROPRIATE, AND CAN ASSIST IN OBTAINING RESOURCES FOR REPORTING INDIVIDUALS; F.Section 6 of the bill would provide a $1 million appropriation for college campuses to support training and other expenses related to this legislation. FILE A REPORT OF SEXUAL ASSAULT, DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, DATING VIOLENCE, AND/OR STALKING AND THE RIGHT TO CONSULT THE TITLE IX COORDI- NATOR AND OTHER APPROPRIATE INSTITUTION REPRESENTATIVES FOR INFORMATION AND ASSISTANCE.The appropriations added in sections 4, 5 and 6 of the bill shall take effect immediately. BOTH THE ACCUSED OR RESPONDENT AND THE REPORTING INDIVIDUAL SHALL, UPON REQUEST AND CONSISTENT WITH INSTITUTION POLICIES AND PROCEDURES, BE AFFORDED A PROMPT REVIEW, REASONABLE UNDER THE CIRCUMSTANCES, OF THE NEED FOR AND TERMS OF A NO CONTACT ORDER, INCLUDING POTENTIAL MODIFICATION, AND SHALL BE ALLOWED TO SUBMIT EVIDENCE IN SUPPORT OF HIS OR HER REQUEST.S T A T E O F N E W Y O R K ________________________________________________________________________ 5965 2015-2016 Regular Sessions I N S E N A T E June 14, 2015 ___________ Introduced by Sen. INSTI- TUTIONS MAY ESTABLISH AN APPROPRIATE SCHEDULE FOR THE ACCUSED AND RESPONDENTS TO ACCESS APPLICABLE INSTITUTION BUILDINGS AND PROPERTY AT A TIME WHEN SUCH BUILDINGS AND PROPERTY ARE NOT BEING ACCESSED BY THE REPORTING INDIVIDUAL; B.In addition to the trauma caused by such violence, many victims drop out of school, experience difficulty working, and see promising opportunities cut short. RECEIVE ASSISTANCE FROM APPROPRIATE INSTITUTION REPRESENTATIVES IN INITIATING LEGAL PROCEEDINGS IN FAMILY COURT OR CIVIL COURT; AND I.While it is not just college and university students that experience these crimes, these institutions have unique opportunities to educate members of their communities about these crimes and incidents so that we may better safeguard students. WITHDRAW A COMPLAINT OR INVOLVEMENT FROM THE INSTITUTION PROCESS AT ANY TIME. EVERY INSTITUTION SHALL ENSURE THAT, AT A MINIMUM, AT THE FIRST INSTANCE OF DISCLOSURE BY A REPORTING INDIVIDUAL TO AN INSTITUTION REPRESENTATIVE, THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION SHALL BE PRESENTED TO THE REPORTING INDIVIDUAL: "YOU HAVE THE RIGHT TO MAKE A REPORT TO UNIVERSITY POLICE OR CAMPUS SECURITY, LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT, AND/OR STATE POLICE OR CHOOSE NOT TO REPORT; TO REPORT THE INCIDENT TO YOUR INSTITUTION; TO BE PROTECTED BY THE INSTITUTION FROM RETALIATION FOR REPORTING AN INCIDENT; AND TO RECEIVE ASSISTANCE AND RESOURCES FROM YOUR INSTITUTION." 3.Students' Bill of Rights: Requires that an institution adopt and implement a "Students' Bill of Rights" as part of its code of conduct. INSTITUTIONS MAY SUBSTITUTE ANOTHER RELEVANT TERM HAVING THE SAME MEAN- ING, AS APPROPRIATE TO THE POLICIES OF THE INSTITUTION. "ACCUSED" SHALL MEAN A PERSON ACCUSED OF A VIOLATION WHO HAS NOT YET ENTERED AN INSTITUTION'S JUDICIAL OR CONDUCT PROCESS. "RESPONDENT" SHALL MEAN A PERSON ACCUSED OF A VIOLATION WHO HAS ENTERED AN INSTITUTION'S JUDICIAL OR CONDUCT PROCESS. "REPORTING INDIVIDUAL" SHALL ENCOMPASS THE TERMS VICTIM, SURVIVOR, COMPLAINANT, CLAIMANT, WITNESS WITH VICTIM STATUS, AND ANY OTHER TERM USED BY AN INSTITUTION TO REFERENCE AN INDIVIDUAL WHO BRINGS FORTH A REPORT OF A VIOLATION. "SEXUAL ACTIVITY" SHALL HAVE THE SAME MEANING AS "SEXUAL ACT" AND "SEXUAL CONTACT" AS PROVIDED IN 18 U. MAKE A DECISION ABOUT WHETHER OR NOT TO DISCLOSE A CRIME OR VIOLATION AND PARTICIPATE IN THE JUDICIAL OR CONDUCT PROCESS AND/OR CRIMINAL JUSTICE PROCESS FREE FROM PRESSURE BY THE INSTITUTION; 4.

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Section 5 of the bill would provide a new $4.5 million appropriation to support services and expenses of rape crisis centers, including but not limited to prevention, education, and victim services on campuses across the State. DISCLOSE THE INCIDENT TO INSTITUTION REPRESENTATIVES WHO CAN OFFER PRIVACY OR CONFIDENTIALITY, AS APPROPRIATE, AND CAN ASSIST IN OBTAINING RESOURCES FOR REPORTING INDIVIDUALS; F.

Section 6 of the bill would provide a $1 million appropriation for college campuses to support training and other expenses related to this legislation. FILE A REPORT OF SEXUAL ASSAULT, DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, DATING VIOLENCE, AND/OR STALKING AND THE RIGHT TO CONSULT THE TITLE IX COORDI- NATOR AND OTHER APPROPRIATE INSTITUTION REPRESENTATIVES FOR INFORMATION AND ASSISTANCE.

The appropriations added in sections 4, 5 and 6 of the bill shall take effect immediately. BOTH THE ACCUSED OR RESPONDENT AND THE REPORTING INDIVIDUAL SHALL, UPON REQUEST AND CONSISTENT WITH INSTITUTION POLICIES AND PROCEDURES, BE AFFORDED A PROMPT REVIEW, REASONABLE UNDER THE CIRCUMSTANCES, OF THE NEED FOR AND TERMS OF A NO CONTACT ORDER, INCLUDING POTENTIAL MODIFICATION, AND SHALL BE ALLOWED TO SUBMIT EVIDENCE IN SUPPORT OF HIS OR HER REQUEST.

S T A T E O F N E W Y O R K ________________________________________________________________________ 5965 2015-2016 Regular Sessions I N S E N A T E June 14, 2015 ___________ Introduced by Sen. INSTI- TUTIONS MAY ESTABLISH AN APPROPRIATE SCHEDULE FOR THE ACCUSED AND RESPONDENTS TO ACCESS APPLICABLE INSTITUTION BUILDINGS AND PROPERTY AT A TIME WHEN SUCH BUILDINGS AND PROPERTY ARE NOT BEING ACCESSED BY THE REPORTING INDIVIDUAL; B.

In addition to the trauma caused by such violence, many victims drop out of school, experience difficulty working, and see promising opportunities cut short. RECEIVE ASSISTANCE FROM APPROPRIATE INSTITUTION REPRESENTATIVES IN INITIATING LEGAL PROCEEDINGS IN FAMILY COURT OR CIVIL COURT; AND I.

While it is not just college and university students that experience these crimes, these institutions have unique opportunities to educate members of their communities about these crimes and incidents so that we may better safeguard students. WITHDRAW A COMPLAINT OR INVOLVEMENT FROM THE INSTITUTION PROCESS AT ANY TIME. EVERY INSTITUTION SHALL ENSURE THAT, AT A MINIMUM, AT THE FIRST INSTANCE OF DISCLOSURE BY A REPORTING INDIVIDUAL TO AN INSTITUTION REPRESENTATIVE, THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION SHALL BE PRESENTED TO THE REPORTING INDIVIDUAL: "YOU HAVE THE RIGHT TO MAKE A REPORT TO UNIVERSITY POLICE OR CAMPUS SECURITY, LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT, AND/OR STATE POLICE OR CHOOSE NOT TO REPORT; TO REPORT THE INCIDENT TO YOUR INSTITUTION; TO BE PROTECTED BY THE INSTITUTION FROM RETALIATION FOR REPORTING AN INCIDENT; AND TO RECEIVE ASSISTANCE AND RESOURCES FROM YOUR INSTITUTION." 3.

million appropriation for college campuses to support training and other expenses related to this legislation. FILE A REPORT OF SEXUAL ASSAULT, DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, DATING VIOLENCE, AND/OR STALKING AND THE RIGHT TO CONSULT THE TITLE IX COORDI- NATOR AND OTHER APPROPRIATE INSTITUTION REPRESENTATIVES FOR INFORMATION AND ASSISTANCE.The appropriations added in sections 4, 5 and 6 of the bill shall take effect immediately. BOTH THE ACCUSED OR RESPONDENT AND THE REPORTING INDIVIDUAL SHALL, UPON REQUEST AND CONSISTENT WITH INSTITUTION POLICIES AND PROCEDURES, BE AFFORDED A PROMPT REVIEW, REASONABLE UNDER THE CIRCUMSTANCES, OF THE NEED FOR AND TERMS OF A NO CONTACT ORDER, INCLUDING POTENTIAL MODIFICATION, AND SHALL BE ALLOWED TO SUBMIT EVIDENCE IN SUPPORT OF HIS OR HER REQUEST.S T A T E O F N E W Y O R K ________________________________________________________________________ 5965 2015-2016 Regular Sessions I N S E N A T E June 14, 2015 ___________ Introduced by Sen. INSTI- TUTIONS MAY ESTABLISH AN APPROPRIATE SCHEDULE FOR THE ACCUSED AND RESPONDENTS TO ACCESS APPLICABLE INSTITUTION BUILDINGS AND PROPERTY AT A TIME WHEN SUCH BUILDINGS AND PROPERTY ARE NOT BEING ACCESSED BY THE REPORTING INDIVIDUAL; B.In addition to the trauma caused by such violence, many victims drop out of school, experience difficulty working, and see promising opportunities cut short. RECEIVE ASSISTANCE FROM APPROPRIATE INSTITUTION REPRESENTATIVES IN INITIATING LEGAL PROCEEDINGS IN FAMILY COURT OR CIVIL COURT; AND I.While it is not just college and university students that experience these crimes, these institutions have unique opportunities to educate members of their communities about these crimes and incidents so that we may better safeguard students. WITHDRAW A COMPLAINT OR INVOLVEMENT FROM THE INSTITUTION PROCESS AT ANY TIME. EVERY INSTITUTION SHALL ENSURE THAT, AT A MINIMUM, AT THE FIRST INSTANCE OF DISCLOSURE BY A REPORTING INDIVIDUAL TO AN INSTITUTION REPRESENTATIVE, THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION SHALL BE PRESENTED TO THE REPORTING INDIVIDUAL: "YOU HAVE THE RIGHT TO MAKE A REPORT TO UNIVERSITY POLICE OR CAMPUS SECURITY, LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT, AND/OR STATE POLICE OR CHOOSE NOT TO REPORT; TO REPORT THE INCIDENT TO YOUR INSTITUTION; TO BE PROTECTED BY THE INSTITUTION FROM RETALIATION FOR REPORTING AN INCIDENT; AND TO RECEIVE ASSISTANCE AND RESOURCES FROM YOUR INSTITUTION." 3.Students' Bill of Rights: Requires that an institution adopt and implement a "Students' Bill of Rights" as part of its code of conduct. INSTITUTIONS MAY SUBSTITUTE ANOTHER RELEVANT TERM HAVING THE SAME MEAN- ING, AS APPROPRIATE TO THE POLICIES OF THE INSTITUTION. "ACCUSED" SHALL MEAN A PERSON ACCUSED OF A VIOLATION WHO HAS NOT YET ENTERED AN INSTITUTION'S JUDICIAL OR CONDUCT PROCESS. "RESPONDENT" SHALL MEAN A PERSON ACCUSED OF A VIOLATION WHO HAS ENTERED AN INSTITUTION'S JUDICIAL OR CONDUCT PROCESS. "REPORTING INDIVIDUAL" SHALL ENCOMPASS THE TERMS VICTIM, SURVIVOR, COMPLAINANT, CLAIMANT, WITNESS WITH VICTIM STATUS, AND ANY OTHER TERM USED BY AN INSTITUTION TO REFERENCE AN INDIVIDUAL WHO BRINGS FORTH A REPORT OF A VIOLATION. "SEXUAL ACTIVITY" SHALL HAVE THE SAME MEANING AS "SEXUAL ACT" AND "SEXUAL CONTACT" AS PROVIDED IN 18 U. MAKE A DECISION ABOUT WHETHER OR NOT TO DISCLOSE A CRIME OR VIOLATION AND PARTICIPATE IN THE JUDICIAL OR CONDUCT PROCESS AND/OR CRIMINAL JUSTICE PROCESS FREE FROM PRESSURE BY THE INSTITUTION; 4.

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